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17 May 2022
New standards proposed for all social housing homes in Wales: what do you think?

The Welsh Housing Quality Standard (WHQS) is a set of standards that all council and housing association homes in Wales must meet

10 May 2022
Pulse -National Energy & NetZero Survey

Our latest Tenant Pulse is open for tenants during May on a very topical issue. 

01 April 2022
Housing Association Sector Challenges and Risks – February 2022

Welsh Government (WG) regulation team regulate Housing associations in Wales. Housing Associations are also known as Registered Social Landlords or RSLs for short.

31 March 2022
TPAS Cymru strengthening its community engagement skills with Eleanor Speer joining the team

As Eleanor Speer joined TPAS Cymru last week, she outlines her goals and how her background will strengthen the team.

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07 January 2022
4 big digital issues that tenant engagement needs to consider in 2022

For some time now, digital has been changing how we interact within our communities and the pandemic has accelerated this even further.  In this blog I want to focus on the 4 key areas that need to be reflected in all our engagement strategies

10 September 2021
Opinion: How ITV has forced social housing to take a hard look at itself

‘Surviving Squalor: Britain’s Housing Shame’ is a must watch for anyone with an interest in social housing.  

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TPAS Cymru's Management Board
White Line 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.