27th September 2022
Right to adequate housing will save Welsh Government £11.5billion
Introducing a right to adequate housing would generate significant savings for the public purse. That’s the headline finding from the Back the Bill campaign as it publishes the second phase...

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13th April 2022
Newydd achieves QED accreditation
Cardiff-based housing provider, Newydd Housing Association, has been successful in achieving a prestigious and nationally-recognised equality and diversity mark for social landlords. The QED Award, developed by Welsh housing charity,...
10th December 2021
‘Wales can lead the way’ on housing as a human right
That’s the message from the Back the Bill campaign as it publishes the first phase of research into the social and economic impacts of a right to adequate housing in...
22nd November 2021
‘Right to adequate housing’ in Welsh Labour & Plaid agreement
The ‘Back the Bill’ campaign has warmly welcomed the commitment to a White Paper on proposals to introduce the right to adequate housing in Wales. The commitment features as part...
19th August 2021
Tai Pawb welcomes publication of new affordable housing standard
Welsh Government has this week published its new standard for affordable housing in Wales. The Welsh Development Quality Requirements 2021 (WDQR21) - ‘Creating Beautiful Homes & Places’ - aims to...