We have published the Global Accounts report today which shows the vital role of Welsh Housing Associations to the economy in Wales, with over £2billion spent in 2017/18.
We commissioned the report in partnership with Welsh Government, gathering financial statements from 33 of the...more
We called for a review on the supply of affordable housing in November 2017 to enable housing associations in Wales to meet their full potential, and achieve our sector ambition for a Wales where good housing is a basic right for all.
The independent panel for the Review of...more
We are delighted to be launching the UK’s first co-ordinated fire safety partnership for housing today, as part of our new member offer.
We’re looking for Chairs and Vice Chairs to run our Strategic Delivery Groups.
The Chair and Vice Chair are responsible for:
- supporting CHC leads on the development of a work plan
- setting the agenda and chairing meetings
In return you’ll gain:
We are delighted today to launch Housing Jobs Wales - Wales' first search engine site for social housing jobs.
The website, which has been created with Charity Job Finder, will host a wide range of social housing roles from trade jobs to Board positions.
The Welsh social housing...more
Plaid Cymru has today announced that a further 20,000 homes are needed to meet demand in the social housing sector in Wales.
The announcement by Plaid Cymru comes as a consultation is launched on how to resolve the housing supply problem in Wales, with Leanne Wood AM adding that an...more
There are currently 76,000 Universal Credit claimants across Wales and the benefit is now the default for most working age people needing financial support.
The intention by UK Government is that all eligible claimants will be transferred to the new system by the end of 2023. At the end...more
A report released by Welsh Government today has revealed that an average of 8,300 additional housing units will be required annually in Wales over the next five years.
The report, based on a new method of calculating housing need and demand in Wales, shows that the number of homes being...more
Welsh Housing Association tenants could be underpaid a week’s rent due to the way the current Universal Credit system is set up.
Under the Housing Benefit system, housing costs are paid weekly. Under Universal Credit, payment cycles are monthly, calculated by multiplying weekly payment...more
Figures released today shows the vital role of Welsh Housing Associations to the economy in Wales. We commissioned Beaufort to gather data from Welsh housing associations for the latest socio-economic impact report.
The report shows that:
- Over £1.2billion spent in 2017/18, up 13.5%...more