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Grant funding supports the creation of affordable homes and accessible parking facilities in Swansea

The Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning recently visited the Bush housing scheme in Sketty, Swansea.

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Stunning new pictures show how a Peruvian Amazon nation is moving to renewable energy thanks to Welsh Government funding

New pictures have shown how Welsh Government funding is being used by an indigenous Peruvian Amazon nation to support their goal of transitioning to 100 per cent renewable energy.

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Innovative partnership delivers vital services and temporary accommodation for local residents

A former care home in the heart of Merthyr Tydfil has been redeveloped to provide temporary accommodation housing for young people and adults in a crisis.

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Anglesey housing project provides essential services and ‘hope for the future’

The Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning, Julie James, recently visited the Housing First Project and some of its vital support workers in Anglesey.

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Disused heritage building ‘transformed’ for use in the 21st century

A redevelopment project has transformed a disused building in the heart of Rhyl into a vibrant indoor market.

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Grant funding will support decarbonising 100 homes in Flintshire

Today, Tuesday June 4, the Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning, Julie James, visited properties benefiting from grant funding from the Optimised Retrofit Programme in Flintshire.

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First Minister seals first Act in office ensuring Wales is more attractive to infrastructure projects

Measures to modernise and simplify the process behind developing significant infrastructure projects in Wales have today become law – as the Infrastructure (Wales) Act gained Royal Assent.

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Transforming Towns programme supports strategic regeneration in Cardigan

A historic Grade II listed building in the heart of Cardigan town centre has undergone significant restoration work to repair and update its facilities.

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‘Vulnerable’ market hall renovated and brought back into active use

The Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning, Julie James, has visited the Grade II listed building, Yr Hen Farchnad (The Old Market), in Llandeilo.

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Launch of new legal advisory scheme for leaseholders affected by fire safety issues

The Welsh Government has launched a new leaseholder legal advisory scheme to help support leaseholders in medium and high-rise buildings affected by fire safety issues in Wales.

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Resilient planning systems and strategic relationships key to delivering affordable homes in Wales

In a speech in the Senedd, the Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning outlined her key priorities for her new portfolio.

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New legislation will make Wales a competitive and attractive place for infrastructure projects

New legislation has today (Tuesday, April 16) been passed in the Senedd that will modernise and simplify the process behind developing significant infrastructure projects in Wales.