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From Syria to Ceredigion

Matt Miller celebrates a Welsh welcome for refugees. Last week I was gazing over a shimmering blue sea, rolling green hills behind me. All around me, families were picnicking on the grass, sharing food with other families that that had… Read more »

Look out for the new WHQ

Out now in print and online, the Summer issue of WHQ features the independent reviews of affordable housing and decarbonisation, links between housing, health and social care, reform of private renting and much more besides. After a flurry of policy… Read more »

Play your part in the Homeless World Cup

With four days to go before the Homeless World Cup kicks off in Cardiff, Welsh homelessness charity Cymorth Cymru has launched a campaign which calls on people and organisations to play their part in ending homelessness. Backed by Welsh actor… Read more »

New issue of WHQ out now

The Spring 2019 issue of WHQ celebrates the 20th anniversary of devolution with a look back at what’s happened since the first Assembly elections and a look forward to what the future might hold. Hard as it may seem to… Read more »

New WHQ out now

The January 2019 issue of WHQ is a celebration of the past, present and future of council housing. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the landmark 1919 Housing Act. While local authorities had been building homes since the 1860s, the legislation… Read more »

First minister reshuffles team

Housing has cabinet status and new ministers after reshuffle by the new first minister Mark Drakeford. Julie James becomes minister for housing and local government and a member of the cabinet with Hannah Blythyn as deputy minister for housing and… Read more »

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