As you may or not be aware smart meters are the next generation of gas and electricity meters. They're being installed by energy suppliers in every home in England, Scotland, and Wales. Smart meters come with an in-home display screen that shows you exactly how much energy you're using...more
Together with Cymorth Cymru we have re-launched the Let’s Keep On Supporting People campaign.
This is a crucial few months for the Supporting People budget, as the Welsh Government continues to look for cost savings across all departments before they table their draft budget in October....more
Clarissa Corbisiero-Peters, Deputy CEO of Community Housing Cymru, the membership body for Housing Associations in Wales said:
“We are disappointed to learn the latest results of the whole system test in light of the Grenfell Tower fire.
The safety of tenants has always, and will...more
At the beginning of July CHC held a number consultation events with members to help shape and develop CHC's governance member offer. As part of that discussion we looked at the sector Code of Goverenance and its potential strengths and weaknesses as well as the challenges around...more
Findings from a nine month inquiry into the regulatory oversight of housing associations in Wales have today been published; concluding regulatory change in the sector has been a ‘step in the right direction’ in generating greater transparency and openness.
Led by the National Assembly...more
Community Housing Cymru is a signatory on a Housing Supply Pact, alongside Welsh Government and the Welsh Local Government Association, promising to deliver 20,000 homes by the end of the current Assembly term. We have seen a positive approach to delivery from our members, as well as...more
The DCLG's independent expert panel on safety has advised further testing as the next step to be conducted in helping landlords to ensure the safety of their buildings following the fire at Grenfell Tower.
Stuart Ropke, Chief Executive of Community Housing Cymru said: 'We welcome the UK...more
The situation in Wales
Our members own or manage 18 blocks of 7 storeys or taller.
Current Welsh Government guidance is to follow the DCLG guidance with regards to the testing of suspected ACM (Aluminium Composite Material) type cladding on buildings of residential buildings...more