Informing politicians of our work on housing

Bevan Foundation Steffan Evans talking at event
NewsOctober 12th, 2022

The Bevan Foundation holds discussions and events to share insights from its work on low income renters and holiday lets

September 2022 was a busy month for the Bevan Foundation as it published two reports exploring the challenges faced by low income renters. The first, published on September 21 provided an updated analysis of the private rental market in Wales over summer 2022. The second, published on September 29 explored what impact the holiday let sector is having on low income renters in Wales. 

The reports gained significant media coverage. Alongside this the Bevan Foundation has held a series of events and meetings to ensure that its key findings are shared with politicians and stakeholders across Wales. 

On September 21 the Foundation held a briefing event in the Pierhead Building in Cardiff Bay. The event, chaired by Mabon ap Gwynfor MS provided politicians and stakeholders with an opportunity to hear the Foundation’s latest findings first hand and to raise questions about the work. 

A week later on September 29 the Foundation held a launch webinar for its work on holiday lets in Wales. The 30 minute session was recorded and can be accessed here

Following the publication of the work a meeting was arranged between the Foundation and Conservative MS Sam Rowlands, a member of the Senedd’s Local Government and Housing Committee. It was an extremely productive meeting, that provided the Foundation with an opportunity to discuss its work in greater depth. 

The Bevan Foundation would be pleased to hold further discussions with any politician or stakeholders interested in our work in this area. 


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