£65m to ensure everyone has a ‘place to call their home’
The money will be used to fund the Transitional Accommodation Capital Programme (TACP) which supports a wide range of projects by local authorities and registered social landlords to create much-needed extra housing capacity across Wales.
The programme will bring more than 1,000 additional homes into use over the next 18 months. Almost half will be long-term or permanent homes with the others offering good-quality homes suitable for use by individuals and families for a number of years.
The projects include use of high-quality Modern Methods of Construction homes, refurbishments and reconfiguring of existing buildings.
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