Housing Quality Network Cymru

The essential ‘one-stop-shop’ support network for housing associations and local authorities. Insight, guidance and practical advice on all aspects of housing.

Housing Quality Network Cymru

The benefits of joining Housing Quality Network Cymru

Housing Quality Network Cymru plugs the knowledge gap, delivering great cost-effective services to all of our members. You save money without compromising standards. Our packages are designed to meet your specific requirements.

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pdf Current HQN Cymru newsletter - 22 March 2017 Welcome to the March edition of the HQN Cymru newsletter, a regular round-up of Welsh housing news and opinion from the Housing Quality Network. File size: 575KB Download
pdf Current 10 Reasons to join Housing Quality Network Cymru File size: 162KB Download
pdf Current HQN Cymru newsletter - 13 December 2016 Welcome to the second edition of the HQN Cymru newsletter, the monthly round-up of Welsh housing news and opinion from the Housing Quality Network. File size: 541KB Download
pdf Current The Housing Quality Network Cymru – find out more about our new network The essential ‘one-stop-shop’ support network for housing associations and local authorities in Wales. Insight, guidance and practical advice on all aspects of housing. File size: 431KB Download
pdf Current Housing Quality Network Cymru Launch Blog - Keith Edwards To mix my sporting analogies, Wales' great football success in the summer was built around the slogan and subsequent hashtag #TogetherStronger. The new Housing Quality Network Cymru network is based on a similar premise – that the sector in Wales can deliver far more if it shares experiences and knowledge and we need to embed this in how we work together in the future. File size: 198KB Download
pdf Current Following the May 2016 elections and vote to leave the EU, this briefing assesses the potential consequences of the new electoral and post-Brexit landscape for Wales. File size: 527KB
xlsx Current HQN has just launched a new 'global accounts' model for Welsh associations. Click here to find out more. File size: 2MB
pdf Current Ahead of the May 2016 elections we provide an overview of the politics and consider the key housing issues in Wales. We also look at the increasingly divergent approach to housing policy (and consequently practice) by respective governments in Cardiff and London. File size: 227KB