On 5th May, Northern Ireland goes to the polls to decide the make up of the next NI Assembly and Executive. Each party has published a manifesto ahead of polling day.
Whilst CIH is supportive of measures to help people into home ownership, extending the Right to Buy to housing associations is not the right policy to achieve this.
"Critically, this legislation does not completely protect leaseholders from having to pay to address building safety defects for which they bear no responsibility."
A new sector insight report from CIH Cymru and Aico shines a light on the green skills challenge.
Mae adroddiad newydd gan CIH Cymru ac Aico yn taflu goleuni ar yr her sgiliau gwyrdd.
A report for Housing Futures Cymru draws together insight from frontlines housing professionals working across Wales.
Mae adroddiad ar gyfer Dyfodol Tai Cymru yn dwyn ynghyd ddealltwriaeth o weithwyr proffesiynol ym maes tai rheng flaen sy'n gweithio ledled Cymru.
CIH Scotland has responded to the of the Scottish Government consultation on the rented sector setting out recommendations on where changes should be made to improve housing outcomes for all tenants.
This Energy Security Strategy is a missed opportunity to invest in a critically needed programme of energy efficiency measures in our existing homes.
CIH Scotland has published its response to the Scottish Government consultation on the draft National Planning Framework 4.
CIH Scotland has responded to the consultation on te introduction of a legal duty to prevent homelessness.
Across the industry, we must accept that where poor quality or poor customer service exists, it should be highlighted and put right. We must embrace transparency and accountability
The UK Housing Review is a key resource for housing professionals, leaders and policymakers across the public and private housing sectors in the UK.
Reflecting on the UK Housing Review 2022, CIH Cymru welcomes both progress and the ambition to deliver social housing but warns that momentum must continue.
Structural funding problems continue to hinder the Housing Executive’s ability to invest in its homes, according to the Chartered Institute of Housing’s annual UK Housing Review 2022.