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- In 2012-13, local authorities reported 2,042 additional affordable housing units had been delivered across Wales. Whilst this is a fall of 16 per cent compared with 2011-12, the total delivered since April 2011 represents 60 per cent of the Welsh Government’s target on affordable housing provision.
- The number of affordable housing units delivered with capital grant funding has fallen during 2012-13 accounting for 62 per cent of all units delivered compared with 64 per cent in 2011-12.
- Welsh Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) continued to make the largest contribution to additional affordable housing in Wales, delivering 83 per cent of all additional affordable housing provision during 2012-13 (1,704 units).
- A total of 481(r) affordable housing units, a slight increase on 2011-12, were delivered on land made available by the public sector during 2012-13, half of which was on land made available by local authorities.
(r) revised on 6 November 2013.
The figures shown for the number of additional affordable housing units delivered on public sector land during 2012-13 have been revised. Due to a processing error the original release incorrectly stated that a total of 431 additional affordable housing units were delivered on public sector land during 2012-13 however the correct figure was 481 units. Data were revised on 6 November 2013.
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