Along with Shelter, Homeless Link and other housing and homelessness organisations, CIH has sent a letter to the Home Secretary regarding the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (PCSC Bill).
CIH are delighted that the Vagrancy Act will be repealed in the government’s new policing bill.
The number of people experiencing homelessness in England is predicted to jump by a third by 2024.
We can reveal that this year’s upcoming UK Housing Review shows a clear rise in housing affordability pressures for most areas of the UK.
We’re pleased to see that Government is looking at what more can be done to force those who profited from the building safety crisis (developers and manufacturers) to pay to make buildings safe.
CIH president, Jo Richardson has started advertising an exciting opportunity for a research assistant to join the Homeful project team.
DLUHC have announced plans for consultations on two key areas of housing rules, with the aim of giving victims and survivors of domestic abuse more choice on where they rebuild their lives.
Following the Government's release of the Levelling Up White Paper, CIH chief executive Gavin Smart shares his thoughts
Today’s decision by the First Minister to resign and collapse the Northern Ireland Executive could disrupt progress on housing, the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Northern Ireland has warned.
CIH Scotland has launched a new guide setting out how landlords can ensure the right to adequate housing is realised for all tenants.
The Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland has announced its intention to review the existing qualification and training requirements for letting agencies.
CIH is delighted to announce Niall Sheridan, formerly of Choice Housing, as the new chairperson of the Northern Ireland advisory board
On Monday 10 January, Secretary of State Michael Gove made an announcement to House of Commons on building safety
Reinventing Homes is a new style programme looking at the impact that COVID-19 and the climate emergency have had on the housing industry and the homes we live in.
DLUHC have today (21 December 2021) announced a £316 million funding package to tackle homelessness.