The End of the Right to Buy

The End of the Right to Buy, Preserved Right to Buy and the Right to Acquire in Wales

It has been announced that the Right to Buy (including the Preserved Right to Buy) and Right to Acquire will end for all housing association and council tenants in Wales on 26th January 2019.

We have been instructed by Welsh Government to publicise this information and to ensure the “Information about the end of the Right to Buy and Right to Acquire in Wales” leaflet is widely available.

Additional information can be accessed from the gov.wales website http://bit.ly/2sa7PdS

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Tai Ceredigion’s Tenant Monitoring Group respond to recent news reports

Dear fellow Tai Ceredigion tenants,

I am contacting you today in my capacity as the Chairperson of Tai Ceredigion Monitoring Group (TCMG). The tenants Group was established by Ceredigion County Council prior to stock transfer to Tai Ceredigion and at the express wish of the housing association at the time of transfer we agreed to continue being the main tenant representative body for our fellow tenants. It is important that I highlight that the members are all tenants of Tai Ceredigion who have expressed an interest to be involved and who donate their time freely.

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Housing Associations Explore Closer Collaboration

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The voluntary Boards of both Tai Ceredigion, based in Lampeter and Aberystwyth and Mid-Wales Housing Association, based in Newtown, are pleased to announce that they have started on a journey of exploring closer collaboration between the two landlords. The two Housing Associations have already been working together on property maintenance and future planned joint procurement projects.

Peter Swanson, Chair of Mid-Wales Housing Association said “Our overall purpose is to offer enhanced services to our residents and communities, growing the financial strength of the business, and reinvesting any efficiency gains into improving services. Bilingualism is a fundamental element of Continue reading

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