To counter the housing crisis, we need to upgrade the community ownership legislation in Wales, Casey Edwards argues.
Evidence-based policymaking should be taken as standard – so why are we relying on anecdotal evidence? Mike Hedges MS and Laura Jones MS argue for a Welsh Housing Survey.
More affordable homes for the future is crucial, but social housing services such as money advice teams still play a pivotal role in reducing homelessness, writes Paul Bevan.
Derek Walker argues that being able to go online should be a fundamental right and highlights the disparities in access across Wales.
Paula Kennedy writes that housing associations are woven into communities and a vital part of Wales’ economy.
Frances Williams probes different understandings of place and how these might jointly be brought together to inform policy making.
Criminal landlords and lettings agents are not being held accountable because of a failure to enforce the law, argues Nicki Kindersley.
Lack of strategy and a democratically unsound Rent Smart Wales is a serious issue for the private rented sector, argues Calum Davies.
Our green recovery from the Covid recession should focus on house-building and retrofitting, argues Sophie Howe.