Aspire Housing’s People First approach to the cost of living crisis – looking at the bigger picture, working collaboratively and building partnerships.
A powerful blog by Grand Union on the importance of understanding the scope of support required to support people who are experiencing and have experienced domestic abuse.
CIH Cymru’s Cerys Clark looks the need for a whole system approach to allocations to ensure tenants move into a property that meets their needs and feels like home.
Nikki Murtaugh from Ad Hoc Property Management shares more about a recent collaboration with Magenta Living.
Following on from COP 27, CIH Scotland’s policy and practice manager Ashley Campbell calls for more support from the Scottish Government to make net-zero housing a reality.
Domestic abuse and economic abuse go hand in hand. This blog, by Women's Aid, discusses the devastating impact the cost of living crisis is having on those fleeing domestic abuse.
A delegation from CIH were invited to a number of sites in the Derry-Londonderry to see the positive impact social housing is having in local communities.
Aico share more on the different levels of carbon monoxide exposure, the impacts on the human body, and how to protect yourself from the dangers.
We're heading back to Harrogate, bringing CIH members critical content on levelling up, housing and regeneration and how we plan for a sustainable future across all aspects of housing.
Rebecca Reed, head of insight and development at the Housing Ombudsman shares more about the organisation's Spotlight reports to share learning and improve standards.
End Furniture Poverty's Clare Donovan shares information on their recent detailed guide which explains how to set up the right furniture scheme for you and your tenants.
Helen Reddington, director of home ownership at Riverside Housing Group remembers Ben Clay and pays tribute to his incredible career in housing.
CIH Futures Cymru member Charlotte Whitney considers ambition versus reality with regards to the WHQS2023 plan.
In this blog the Cartrefi Conwy and Creating Enterprise’s Community Hub at Llandudno describe a typical week of activities, designed to supporting the community during the cost of living crisis.
In northern and southern Ireland housing supply and affordability is a hot topic. This blog looks at the similar trends and patterns emerging despite differing political contexts and unique challenges