Shelter Cymru have published two reports on The Housing (Wales) Act 2014. The Act was an important piece of housing rights legislation, as it put the onus on local authorities to help people at risk of eviction beginning fifty-six days before they are due to lose their home. This act expanded housing rights to a much greater proportion of the population, as well as changing the way in which the Welsh Government approached homelessness in order to create “a more person-centred service culture”. Quantitative research into the effects of the legislation has shown promising results, but Shelter Cymru wanted to assess the impact that the legislation has had through qualitative research, as well as exploring the reasons why there are still some people who have difficulty securing permanent housing. These reports can be found here and here.