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New issue of WHQ out now

The Spring issue of WHQ is winging its way to readers and will be online this week. The focus is firmly on housing and young people but we also have an interview with housing and regeneration minister, a look forward… Read more »

Confidence and trust

Building and retaining trust in the services of housing organisations is more important than ever in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire, says Judy Wayne. Governance after Grenfell was the title of the annual Altair/Devonshires seminar, which took place… Read more »

A place to call my own

In a piece cross-posted from her personal blog, Tamsin Stirling reflects on a seminar focussing on housing and homelessness for young people. On Wednesday 31 January 2018, I attended a seminar put on by Shelter Cymru and Bron Afon. It was… Read more »

Learning lessons

What can housing learn from other sectors? Antonia Forte blogs on her experience of collaboration in education in Barry. As some of you will know, I chair the governing body of a secondary school in Barry. Many of the issues… Read more »

Shock at death of Carl Sargeant

Welsh politics and Welsh housing were left shocked and saddened at the news about the death of Carl Sargeant. The former communities and children secretary was found dead at his home in Connah’s Quay at 11.30 on Tuesday morning. He… Read more »

First Minister reshuffles ministerial team

Rebecca Evans is the new minister for housing and regeneration in a reshuffle of personnel and portfolios announced by First Minister Carwyn Jones. The Gower AM was previously minister for social services and public health and will be deputy to… Read more »

Look out for the new WHQ

The Autumn issue of WHQ is out now. The print magazine is on its way to subscribers and everything will be going online in the next few days. The cover story features our theme for the issue: energy for Wales…. Read more »

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