Allan Shepherd reflects on our extraordinary present, and urges action to ensure a better future
Our response to homelessness needs to extend beyond public services to include businesses and the general public, writes Tamsin Sterling.
Our response to homelessness must be compassionate on a political and human level, writes Lindsay Cordery-Bruce
Retrofitting, an upskilled construction workforce and a rigorous inspection regime can ensure that our housing stock is fit for a zero-carbon future, writes Mike Hedges.
The First Minister’s inaugural 12 months has been overshadowed by Westminster machinations but housing and council tax are issues he must get to grips with soon, write Rhiannon Evans and Rob Palmizi
Homelessness can be prevented if the Welsh Government and housing associations continue to work together, writes Will Atkinson.
Tackling homelessness is long overdue in Wales and now we have the political will to make it happen, writes Jon Sparkes
Forty thousand empty homes blight our communities and our current rate of house-building is inadequate, writes Mike Hedges
The next generation of council houses need to focus on quality and community, not just quantity