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  • Young working and STILL homeless: housing market affordability in Wales 2006

    01/09/2006Policy and practice

    This briefing paper updates the analysis of housing market affordability in Wales in our 2004 Key Information briefing. Like its predecessor, this briefing draws from a Great Britain wide analyses conducted for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. It

  • Young working and homeless?

    01/09/2005Policy and practice

    Young working and homeless? Key Information Issue 3 Description In 2005 there was a is growing concern about the lack of good quality affordable housing in Wales. The Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru published this briefing in recognition of the

  • Promoting Homeownership

    01/06/2010Books

    Promoting Homeownership Promoting homeownership is an important activity for many social housing providers, whether they are engaged in low-cost homeownership schemes or simply responding to right to buy and right to acquire applications. This

  • Revival in first-time buyer activity key to fixing our housing crisis

    13/06/2012News

    Grainia Long, CIH Chief Executive, said: “This research clearly demonstrates the scale of challenge we’re facing. In this environment of ongoing recession, it’s more important than ever that we invest in housing to stimulate growth. We need to

  • CIH- Leading the Way in Housing Law Training

    15/02/2012News

    Both were asked a number of questions about the impacts of Welfare Reform on the housing sector and if there are likely to increased number of possession orders as a result of the housing benefit and support for mortgage interest changes. In

  • CIH comments on first-time buyers summit

    15/02/2011News

    If we are to get the economy moving again we need sensible mortgage lending to underpin a healthy housing market.” *ENDS*