The surveys, open to buildings over 11 metres in height, will assess internal issues as well as cladding issues.
Second home owners in Wales may have to register their homes and face higher taxes under plans set to be developed this summer.
The Tenancy Hardship Grant aims to support people with more than eight weeks’ rent arrears since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The need to manage COVID-19’s impact and a lack of housing stock and staff is pressuring housing professionals, CIH Cyrmu found.
The target forms part of Wales’ Programme for Government which also brings housing under a new Ministry for Climate Change.
Valleys to Coast will use the 34-year loan from bLEND Funding PLC to refinance its existing debt and fund its development programme.
The partnership will see Adra provide a home to 75 nursing staff at the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board a year.
Cartrefi Conwy has secured a £39 million financial package to help it provide new affordable homes and tackle homelessness.
CIH Cymru, Shelter Cymru, Tai Pawb and actor Michael Sheen are just a few figures to have put their names to the ‘Back the Bill’ campaign.
Swansea Council has made a deal with Wales’ largest social landlord Pobl Group to manage 33 affordable apartments as part of its Copr Bay project.