Abolition of the Right to Buy and Associated Rights (Wales) Bill
- This consultation has completed. It ran from Thursday, 9 March 2017 to Friday, 5 May 2017
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Response to the consultation
Evidence submitted in response to this Consultation
- ARTB 01 - Shelter Cymru PDF 117 KB View as HTML (2) 28 KB
- ARTB 02 - The Wallich PDF 202 KB View as HTML (3) 14 KB
- ARTB 03 - Community Housing Cymru PDF 209 KB View as HTML (4) 25 KB
- ARTB 04 - Torfaen Housing Service PDF 213 KB View as HTML (5) 9 KB
- ARTB 05 - Wales Co-operative Centre PDF 142 KB View as HTML (6) 6 KB
- ARTB 06 - TPAS PDF 318 KB View as HTML (7) 29 KB
- ARTB 07 - City and County of Swansea PDF 105 KB View as HTML (8) 7 KB
- ARTB 08 - Wrexham County Borough Council PDF 222 KB View as HTML (9) 35 KB
- ARTB 08a - Wrexham County Borough Council (additional information) PDF 150 KB
- ARTB 09 - Welsh Local Government Association PDF 287 KB View as HTML (11) 28 KB
- ARTB 10 - Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru PDF 1 MB
- ARTB 11 - Newport City Homes PDF 249 KB View as HTML (13) 20 KB
- ARTB 12 - Isle of Anglesey County Council PDF 246 KB View as HTML (14) 36 KB
- ARTB 13 - Merthyr Tydfil Housing Association PDF 117 KB View as HTML (15) 5 KB
- ARTB 14 - Welsh Tenants PDF 275 KB View as HTML (16) 56 KB
- ARTB 15 - Flintshire County Council PDF 246 KB View as HTML (17) 23 KB
- ARTB 16 - Peter Milford PDF 98 KB View as HTML (18) 17 KB
- ARTB 17 - Caerphilly County Borough Council PDF 146 KB View as HTML (19) 13 KB
- ARTB 18 - Gwyneth Duggan & Jonathan Neale PDF 121 KB View as HTML (20) 18 KB
- ARTB 19 - Ceredigion Housing Management Board (Welsh only) PDF 99 KB View as HTML (21) 4 KB
Purpose of the consultation
The Equality, Local Government and Communities Committee is undertaking an inquiry into the general principles of the Abolition of the Right to Buy and Associated Rights (Wales) Bill. Further details about the Bill and the accompanying Explanatory Memorandum can be found on the Bill page.
Terms of reference
The Committee’s terms of reference for its inquiry are::
To consider —
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Disclosure of Information
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