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Five local authorities are set to benefit from an £8m Welsh Government towns programme Climate Change Minister Julie James confirmed today.
Wales & West Housing’s Colchester Avenue development, located on the former site of the Three Brewers Pub, will see a mix of 50 new modern and energy efficient one- and two-bedroom flats in Penylan, Cardiff.
Wales has become the first country in the UK to confirm a route to remediation for all high-rise residential buildings affected by fire safety issues.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has approved the proposed sale of the Upper Cosmeston Farm site, inviting proposals which are required to meet new and demanding net zero carbon living standards.
Minister for Climate Change Julie James will today (Tuesday, November 7) announce the Help to Stay Wales mortgage support scheme, a new funding package for Welsh homeowners having difficulty paying their mortgage.
Last year, as part of the wider commitment to end homelessness in Wales, the Welsh Government announced a number of steps to support people in social rented accommodation as part of an agreement with local authorities and Registered Social Landlords.
From indoor market stalls and shopping arcades to a museum and state-of-the-art leisure centre, Climate Change Minister Julie James has seen first-hand how £17m of Transforming Towns funding has been put to use in Newport.
Ambitious plans to end homelessness in Wales will move forward today when key details of policy and legislative reform are introduced to the Senedd.
Celebrating one year of the £76m programme that is helping to ensure ‘everyone has a place to call home’.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has visited a Cardiff site that will soon host homes for more than 150 families.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has spoken about meeting people on ‘journeys of hope’ at a new drop-in centre in Neath.
A significant update has been issued on a series of actions the Welsh Government is taking to tackle building safety issues.
New stats published today show that 2,676 additional affordable homes were built in Wales in 2021/2022.