UK Housing Review author, Mark Stephens the necessity to open the door to a more strategic view of the state and the market.
Rohini Sharma Joshi FCIH OBE shares why the housing sector must do better to attract, recruit and retain a much wider diversity and develop employment approaches to achieve this.
David Pell, honorary associate and associate lecturer at The Open University remembers Neville's incredible housing life,
Helen Wordsworth, Yorkshire & Humber regional group lead shares why you should join CIH and your member group today.
In this new blog, Callum Chomczuk, national director of CIH Scotland, considers the opportunities presented by the Scottish Government's draft rented sector strategy.
In this new opinion piece first published in the Herald, Callum Chomczuk, national director of CIH Scotland, considers whether the proposed prevention duty will do enough to tackle homelessness.
Offering CIH membership to our Next Generation Leaders has provided each individual with the pathway to continual development as they progress into leadership roles in the upcoming years.
Following the release of the 2022 UK Housing Review, CIH policy advisor John Perry explores what more needs to be done to address housing need in the UK.
If we are to prevent homelessness, we must ensure our sense of common purpose and supportive structures enable us to offer the appropriate support, at the appropriate time, by the appropriate agency.
We have an enormous opportunity ahead of us to shape a housing sector that builds the right homes in the right places.
Explore the importance of discovering and understanding your talents and skills, how you can go about developing and mastering them.
Ahead of Housing Brighton 2022, Steve Southwell, chair of Worthing Homes' residents panel explores the action needed in order to meet the requirements of the Social Housing White Paper.
In this blog Ashley Campbell, policy and practice manager at CIH Scotland, summarises the discussion from a recent roundtable on the skills needed to deliver net-zero emissions in housing by 2045.
Callum Chomczuk, national director at CIH Scotland, discusses the need to consider land supply to deliver homes and build communities across Scotland.
Ahead of Housing Brighton in May 2022, Elly Hoult explores how we face the biggest challenges in asset management ensure residents are living in safe, warm, dry, and modern homes.