ASSEMBLY Members are recommending an independent monitor to oversee progress in standards in social housing in Wales.
Established in 2002, Welsh Housing Quality Standard — or WHQ — sets targets in a range of areas, including ensuring properties are in a good state of repair, are safe and secure, are adequately heated, and contain up-to-date kitchens and bathrooms.
Members of the Assembly's public accounts committee say an independent monitor would help to achieve the targets.
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