We hear from Dr Gareth Young from CACHE who talks over equality in housing and how this is impacting on homelessness.
Almond Housing Association has become the latest social landlord to reduce the number of days its employees are required to work, launching a ‘nine-day fortnight’ trial earlier this year.
Stamp duty changes, 99 per cent mortgages, more support for struggling households... what announcements might we see in next week's budget?
Wellness apps and gym memberships might not be the way to go...
Oxford Brookes University has been exploring how computer vision AI can improve asset-management processes such as the diagnosing of damp, mould, and other health hazards.
Alma Sheren investigates the novel and collaborative ways in which housing providers and others are tackling the sometimes overlooked issue of hoarding.
We hear from Wendy Jay, who has recently been chosen as vice lead for the CIH West Midlands regional group.
Read more about how you can connect with our regional group (previously known as regional board) in Yorkshire and Humberside
What does DLUHC's latest report on new social housing lettings in England tell us about the wider social housing landscape?
For LGBT+ History Month, Dean Marsh, from Honeycomb Group’s homelessness service, explains how they’re supporting those affected by homelessness in the LGBTQ+ community.
CIH Unlocked reported on all the action from the inaugural Housing Digital Live conference, which took place in Birmingham earlier this month.
Geraldine Howley OBE talks achievements and ambitions as she reflects on her time as chair of the CIH governing board.
With Stormont restored, Justin Cartwright looks at the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for both the sector and the new communities minister.
As England responds to the Competence and Conduct Standard consultation Matt Dicks discusses the findings of CIH Cymru’s sector snapshot of housing qualifications in Wales.
Read about the campfire session that Alison Inman has planned for attendees at SHF 2024.