11 Aug 2022 | Cost of living | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

Sponsoring Ukrainian refugees – what happens if sponsors pull out?

CIH policy advisor John Perry explores recent ONS stats indicating a quarter of households currently accommodating refugees under the Homes for Ukraine scheme want to pull out of it after six months,

03 Aug 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability

Derwenthorpe - a modern garden village

Matt Lewer, vice-chair of the CIH Yorkshire and Humber regional group shares more about the recent tour of Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust's new development.

01 Aug 2022 | About CIH | Career development

Be bold, be brave, be you… but don’t bend!

CIH member and North East group member, Laura Wood shares more about the recent Owning Your Future event.

28 Jul 2022 | About CIH | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

An inspiring visit to Hightown Housing Association

CIH policy and practice officer Hannah Keilloh reflects on a recent trip to Hightown Housing Association to talk about their work in homelessness prevention.

27 Jul 2022 | Homelessness | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

Homelessness and the regulation of social housing - could housing associations be doing more?

David Bogle, Homes for Cathy chair and chief executive of Hightown Housing Association sets out a new proposal to help further prevent homelessness.

25 Jul 2022 | About CIH | Career development

Effective leadership with the CIH professional standards

Paul Smith, chief executive of Elim Housing Association shares more about his discovery of the CIH professional standards and how he hopes they be used in the organisation and profession as a whole.

25 Jul 2022 | Health | Tenants and residents

Using music to connect with people living with dementia

This new guest blog from Michael Timmons explains how Playlist for Life can support housing professionals to connect with tenants and customers who are living with dementia.

22 Jul 2022 | Tenants and residents

Harm Centred Approaches to Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)

Janine Green explores the impact anti-social behaviour (ASB) can have and why a harm centred approach to ASB case management is important.

22 Jul 2022 | Tenants and residents

Improving communities with a week of action

In this blog, Laura Dalton reflects on Staffs Housing’s first community week of action: The Big Green Summer Clean.

21 Jul 2022 | Climate and sustainability

Feeling the heat

Rachael Williamson, head of policy and external affairs at CIH, explores what we can do ensure our homes cope with the extreme weather events caused by climate change.

20 Jul 2022

Five effective anti-social behaviour case management principles

In a vlog for anti-social behaviour week 2022 Chris Grose talks about effective anti-social behaviour case management principles.

20 Jul 2022 | About CIH | Career development | Digital

CIH recruits digital users to help shape their online user experience

As part of CIH’s plans to improve the online experience for users, CIH is looking for members to join their digital user group

19 Jul 2022 | Building new homes | Planning | Tenants and residents

Elevating housing in the programme for government will help tackle chronic shortages

Heather Wilson, policy manager at CIH Northern Ireland, sets out the importance of ensuring housing is prioritised in the next programme for the government.

18 Jul 2022 | Planning

Is there ‘hope’ for more social housing in the government’s Compulsory Purchase reform proposals?

Hannah Keilloh, policy and practice officer at CIH, considers the impact the government's Compulsory Purchase reform proposals will have on social housing

11 Jul 2022 | Career development

My fellowship journey

CIH Fellow Wendy Jay takes some time to reflect upon her housing journey to date, and the steps she took to achieve her fellowship.

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