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Charities told to work with PRS to solve homeless crisis - 26 May 2017

Charities have been told they should work with the PRS to tackle the homeless crisis in Wales. The Welsh Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children, Carl Sargeant, said that ending rough sleeping and ensuring every young person can find affordable accommodation which meets their needs are priorities for him. Addressing a conference to mark the 50th anniversary of charity Crisis, he called ... more

Cancelled: Cardiff Election Hustings - 23 May 2017

Event Update: Due to the terrorist incident in Manchester City Centre on Monday 22nd May, we have taken the decision to cancel this event. Our thoughts are with those caught up in the attack and their loved ones. We pay tribute to the emergency services involved and the Manchester community that has pulled together in response to the attack. On the ... more

Cardiff Election Hustings - 10 May 2017

On the 23rd of May 2017, just over two weeks before the ‘snap’ General Election called by Prime Minister Teresa May, the Homes for Wales coalition, supported by the RLA, will host an election hustings in Cardiff. The event will take place in the same venue as our Assembly Member Hustings in 2016, the St Davids Hotel in Cardiff Bay. We would ... more

Concerns over Right to Rent checks in Wales - 12 April 2017

Right to Rent checks are currently in place across England following a trial period in 2015, however the rollout to Wales and Scotland is proving to be trickier than first anticipated. The checks face a number of obstacles before they can be implemented here in Wales as the Welsh Government has passed a series of legislation which will have to be ... more

Landlords attend Welsh elections hustings - 16 March 2017

Landlords in Cardiff have questioned some of the candidates standing in local elections this May at a hustings event in the city. Chaired by RLA Director for Wales, Douglas Haig, the panel included Plaid’s Neil McEvoy (Fairwater councillor), the Liberal Democrat’s Joseph Carter (Pentryn councillor) and Gavin Hill-John, councillor and candidate for Pentyrch. Labour candidates were invited, but declined to attend. With a ... more

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