MP Pays Tribute to Local Housing Projects and Calls for Government to Clarify its Funding Proposals

Susan Elan Jones MP has spoken out in the House of Commons about the importance of supported housing and the need for the Government to clarify its funding proposals.

During the debate in Parliament, the Clwyd South MP said: “In Wales there are, at a conservative estimate, at least 38,500 supported housing units. There are real concerns about how any changes relate to Wales. I hope the Government will answer that fully next week”.

Susan Elan Jones MP paid tribute to local housing projects, including a women’s refugee run by Welsh Women’s Aid; the excellent work of Hafan Cymru housing association and the Ty Nos Hostel in Wrexham.

Speaking in the House of Commons Chamber, the Clwyd South MP also praised her constituents who set up the Help Wrexham Homeless group; and Wrexham’s voluntary sector council AVOW.