Caerphilly County Borough Council is looking to simplify the way people apply for social housing in the county borough. Homes owned and managed by the council and housing associations in the county borough are classified as social housing.
The Council intends to do this by introducing a single point of application called a 'common housing register' and developing a new set of rules to govern how people are selected for available properties called a 'common allocation policy'.
Staff at United Welsh and Celtic Horizons have donated dozens of toys to help children living in refuge have a happier Christmas.
Domestic abuse is physical, sexual, psychological or financial abuse that takes place within an intimate or family-type relationship, forming a controlling behaviour.
This year, United Welsh offices will:
Close at 5pm on Christmas Eve (Wednesday 24th December) 2014
Re-open at 9am on Friday 2nd January 2015
Caerphilly Miners Centre for the Community (CMCC) is delighted to announce the start of Phase 2 of its transformation of the former Caerphilly Miners Hospital into a community resource.
The Caerphilly Miners Centre for the Community’s Learning Resource Space will be an accessible, welcoming and flexible community hub. It will be a base for the provision of a wide range of services to people of all ages and backgrounds. The project is being led by the charity Caerphilly Miners, which comprises local people, organisations and business dedicated to creating the centre.
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