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Presentations from our 'Creating Great Communities' conference. (Members only)
Did you know the Welsh Government is undertaking a review of affordable housing provision in Wales?. This article provides some information about this review.
We've an exciting opportunity to join TPAS Cymru as a Digital Communications Officer
This week, TPAS Cymru board and staff were saddened to hear of Pam Every passing away after a period of illness
What three things do we at TPAS Cymru think you should look out for in 2020?
Easy-Read Agenda for AGM 2018-2019
A quick look across the border at some of the legislation introduced in the Queen’s Speech tells us that English renters will soon be able to use “lifetime deposits” to easier navigate the Private Rental Sector.
On the 18th December 2019, Welsh Government published a five-year rent policy settlement which provides greater certainty for the sector and, to some extent, tenants.
Update for housing association tenants by Helen White of RBW 2019
When Elizabeth got confused
Update on Fire Safety and the Independent Review
Regulation of Registered Social Landlords (Wales) Bill - External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee Report
The fab 4: Our latest hot topic training sessions
Consultation Response: Increasing the Minimum Notice Period
Tenant Scrutiny Self-Assessment Toolkit - 20 Things to Think About to Keep Your Tenant Scrutiny Approach Fresh and Relevant
The Regulatory Board for Wales (RBW) has published its review of tenant involvement in Wales, 'The Right Stuff: Hearing the Tenants' Voice'.
TPAS Cymru's Management Board
The Board is the governing body of TPAS Cymru and consists of elected representatives from our membership plus other representatives from partner organisations. The Management Board, in collaboration with senior staff, decides strategy, priorities and policies and ensures that TPAS Cymru remain true to it's core values of promoting tenant participation in communities throughout Wales.
Join Our Team - We Are Recruiting
Cross Border View: "Lifetime Deposits" in English Private Rentals
3 things to look out for in 2020
Rent Policy Settlement Response
North Wales Officers Network
South Wales Officers Network
Crowdfunding – why your community projects need to consider this (Cardiff)
Crowdfunding – why your community projects need to consider this (Colwyn Bay)
Involving Tenants in Value for Money (Llandrindod Wells)