30 Sep 2022

In my shoes: a new presidential campaign for the Chartered Institute of Housing

Launched today In my shoes is Lara Oyedele's CIH presidential campaign, which seeks to raise awareness of the importance of racial diversity in the housing sector.

27 Sep 2022 | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability | Equality, diversity and inclusion | Health | Tenants and residents

Right to adequate housing will save Welsh Government £11.5billion

Commissioned by the Back the Bill partners, independent analysis undertaken by Alma Economics identifies benefits to the public purse worth £11.5bn against overall costs of £5bn over a 30-year period.

27 Sep 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability | Equality, diversity and inclusion | Tenants and residents

Bydd yr hawl i dai digonol yn arbed £11.5biliwn i Lywodraeth Cymru

Dyna’r prif ganfyddiad a wnaethpwyd gan ymgyrch Cefnogi'r Bil wrth iddo gyhoeddi ail gam yr ymchwil i effeithiau cymdeithasol ac economaidd ar yr hawl i dai digonol yng Nghymru.

27 Sep 2022 | Homelessness

Statutory homelessness annual report released

An overview of the key findings from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities annual statutory homeless report alongside CIH's response.

27 Sep 2022

CIH Scotland appoints three new board members

Three new Board members have been appointed to support the work of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) in Scotland.

23 Sep 2022 | About CIH | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

CIH responds to Ending Homelessness APPG report

Without further urgent, coordinated action the Government will miss its manifesto target of ending rough sleeping by 2024

23 Sep 2022 | Equality, diversity and inclusion | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

The new tenant satisfaction measures

The Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) has finalised the new tenant satisfaction measures (TSMs) that social landlords will be judged on under new consumer standards.

23 Sep 2022 | About CIH | Affordability and benefits | Cost of living | Tenants and residents

CIH responds to the mini-budget

We are disappointed that the mini-budget set forth by Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has not provided the targeted support many of us were calling for to help those on the lowest incomes.

22 Sep 2022 | About CIH

2022 CIH Scotland Housing Awards shortlist announced

CIH Scotland has announced the shortlisted nominees for the Scotland Housing Awards which will take place on 27 October at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow.

21 Sep 2022 | Planning | Regulation and legal

CIH submit evidence to the government on short term and holiday lets

Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) submit evidence to the government on the benefits and challenges created by the steep rise in short term and holiday lettings.

21 Sep 2022 | Homelessness

Kerslake Commission report on homelessness and rough sleeping calls for urgent government intervention

CIH welcomes Kerslake Commission's latest report on homelessness and rough sleeping which calls for urgent government intervention to prevent a housing crisis as a result of the cost of living crisis.

20 Sep 2022 | Cost of living

Out now CIH cost of living briefing three: The impact of rising energy prices

This cost of living briefing summarises the latest research and data on the crisis, examining the impact of rising energy prices and the disproportionate impact of the crisis on domestic abuse victims

13 Sep 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability

Scottish Housing Day 2022 marked with release of new report on housing sustainability

A high level of housing standard that meets our economic, social and environmental ambitions as a country is essential if we want a housing system that is truly sustainable.

08 Sep 2022 | Cost of living

CIH responds to Prime Minister’s energy announcement

CIH analysis of today's energy announcement from the PM. Welcoming the limit on energy price rises while calling on the government to take further action on fuel poverty.

08 Sep 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Cost of living | Regulation and legal

Government consultation on 2023 rent increases

CIH are requesting member feedback and views to inform our response to the current government consultation on 2023 rent increases.

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