05 Jul 2024 | Affordability and benefits | Building new homes | Homelessness | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

Making the most of the first 100 days

Housing can be a big part of the solution to many of the problems the new government has inherited, writes Rachael Williamson.

Member only CIH Unlocked 04 Jul 2024 | Affordability and benefits | Climate and sustainability | Cost of living | Tenants and residents

Can we go green and remain affordable?

Darren Huitema explains how Believe Housing Australia is bringing down energy costs for tenants with a "game-changing" solar solution.

Member only CIH Unlocked 04 Jul 2024 | Regulation and legal

Time for change: When should your housing association consider a rebrand?

For most housing associations, rebranding is not something they need to think about. But for a small minority, a refresh might be what they need. 

Member only CIH Unlocked 04 Jul 2024 | Regulation and legal

What does the Regulator's latest quarterly report say about the sector's finances?

We highlight some of the key points from the Regulator of Social Housing's recent quarterly survey.

Member only CIH Unlocked 04 Jul 2024 | Building new homes | Building safety and housing management | Health | Tenants and residents

Sitting down with... Kwajo Tweneboa

Kwajo Tweneboa on his new book, his views on the sector, and his hopes for housing post election.

Member only CIH Unlocked 04 Jul 2024 | Affordability and benefits | Building safety and housing management | Cost of living | Tenants and residents

The London landlord with trust at its heart

Newlon Housing Trust has been on a two-and-a-half-year journey to improve trust, confidence and tenant satisfaction.

02 Jul 2024 | Building new homes

Scotland’s rural housing emergency

Read a blog by Paul Scott, CIH Scotland board member, on how the housing emergency is impacting rural communities in Scotland.

27 Jun 2024

General election 2024: Political party manifestos in Northern Ireland

As the UK general election approaches, Northern Ireland's political parties have released their manifestos, outlining their positions on housing and related issues.

27 Jun 2024 | Tenants and residents

Tenant participation will help drive sustainable change in social housing (across the island of Ireland)

Hear from Colm McDaid, CIH NI board member, on why he thinks politicians need to stand up and listen to tenants when it comes to their communities across the island of Ireland.

24 Jun 2024 | Building new homes

Housing needs more than political words and promises – it needs funding

CIH Northern Ireland board member, Joanna McArdle, tells us how the sector has reacted to the recent cuts to budget announced in the housing sector.

24 Jun 2024 | About CIH | Career development

CIH Scotland roadshows highlight appetite for more support for housing professionalism

In this new blog, CIH Scotland’s national director Callum Chomczuk reflects on the feedback from a recent series of roadshows on the next steps for professionalism in the housing sector in Scotland.

Member only CIH Unlocked 19 Jun 2024 | Building new homes | Building safety and housing management | Homelessness | Regulation and legal

Housing policy changes in Northern Ireland – Q2 2024

From social housing supply to safety in the private-rented sector, Justin Cartwright outlines the key housing policy developments in Northern Ireland over the past three months.

Member only CIH Unlocked 19 Jun 2024 | Homelessness | Regulation and legal

How to deliver effective housing support for young refugees

Places for People's Caroline Terry shares insight into the work they've been doing to help young refugees get settled.

Member only CIH Unlocked 19 Jun 2024 | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability | Health

Is now a good time to go big on Passivhaus?

One of the UK's largest housing associations has made a big splash into Passivhaus. Should others do the same?

Member only CIH Unlocked 19 Jun 2024 | Climate and sustainability | Health | Tenants and residents

Bournville Village Trust: An enduring commitment to people and place

Bournville Village Trust's founding principles are as strong today as they have ever been.