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.
Adra’s strategy will see it decarbonise its business activities as well as its existing and new build housing stock.
77% of people in Wales agree with the statement that everyone should have a right to an adequate home, a CIH Cymru poll found.
Mid-Wales Housing Association and Tai Ceredigion have merged to become Barcud, a 4,000-home housing association covering Mid and West Wales.
The Welsh housing association Newydd Group has appointed its longstanding housing director Jason Wroe as its new chief executive.
The Welsh social housing provider Adra has announced plans to invest £198 million to build over 1,200 new ‘affordable’ homes across North Wales.
The Welsh government has changed its planning policy to allow councils to use compulsory purchase orders to buy empty houses and vacant land.