Rent Increase Consultation

Have your say on your rent and how we spend it

The Welsh Government has set a minimum rent increase that must be applied from April but also allows the Council some flexibility to raise additional income to improve services, invest in improving existing homes and neighbourhoods and in building new properties.

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Cardiff Council Tenant Resource Centre

The new Tenant Resource Centre is based at Central Library, in the centre of Cardiff, and right next to the bus station.
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Tenants' Times

Several back issues of the Tenants' Times are available to download here.
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Annual Tenants' Satisfaction Survey

Each year Cardiff County Council carries out a survey to measure how we are serving you, the customer.
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Digital Inclusion

Would you like to learn new computer skills to be able to surf the internet, shop or chat to your fiends and family on line? A new free service has started to help customers living in Cardiff to use a computer and to 'get on line'.
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What Does It Mean?

This is a plain English guide to explain the abbreviations and jargon used in Housing. If you come across any jargon not explained here, please let us know so we can include it.
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Tenants' Conference

The Tenant Participation Team hosted the first Tenants' Conference this year. The event took place at City Hall with nearly a hundred attendees.
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House Swap and beat the bedroom tax

A scheme has been launched in Wales which makes it easier to find a smaller property to beat the 'bedroom tax'. So if you are thinking about swapping your property for a smaller, or even a larger home, House Swap Wales is a great place to start.
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