This joint research with Fife Council looks at the barriers people face accessing the private rented sector and how to make it an attractive, viable option for those experiencing homelessness.
This member-exclusive briefing sets out the key funding allocations in Welsh Government's final budget 2024/25 - A Budget to Protect the Services which Matter Most to You.
CIH's submission to the APPG discussing sheltered and independent living housing.
This publication provides a round up of recent Scottish briefings, consultation responses and member updates.
CIH responds to the second consultation on the Building Safety Levy, find out what detail is in our response to government.
This new CIH member briefing gives an update on key milestones for net-zero and fuel poverty in Scotland.
Discover more about the seven proposals outlined in the consultation which will apply to the social rented sector.
Government has issued a consultation on the allocations of social housing, including UK connection tests, income and new grounds for eviction. Find out what you need to know.
We are pleased to have the opportunity to respond to the Committee’s inquiry on energy bills for domestic consumers. We have focused on three of the inquiry’s questions.
Discover the full detail of the new proposed Standards, which include an enhanced code of conduct and qualification requirements.
Archwiliwch ymchwil CIH Cymru i sefydlu cyfansoddiad cymwysterau cyfredol rheolwyr tai perthnasol ac amlygu lefel y sgil a'r wybodaeth sydd eisoes yn bodoli yma yng Nghymru.
Mae'r adroddiad hwn yn disgrifio rhai o'r prif dueddiadau yn yr ymatebion a dderbyniom
Explore CIH Cymru research to establish the current qualification make-up of relevant housing managers and highlight the level of skill and knowledge that already exists here in Wales.
This report sets out some of the key trends in the responses we received from across the sector.
In 2023 we asked CIH Scotland members what they would like to see in the upcoming Housing Bill - this paper summarises what you've told us needs to be prioritised.
Sicrhau y gal pawb gael mynediad at gartref addas, diogel a fforddiadwy.
Bydd ymgorffori’r hawl i gartref digonol nid yn unig yn sicrhau bod unigolion yn gallu cael mynediad i gartref diogel, addas a fforddiadwy, bydd hefyd yn sicrhau bod mwy o arian ar gael i fuddsoddi yn ein gwasanaethau cyhoeddus, gan wella ein rhagolygon ariannol ac ansawdd bywyd am genedlaethau i ddod.
CIH Cymru outline how we can work together to ensure everyone in Wales can access a suitable, safe, and affordable home
At CIH Cymru, we believe housing should be a foundational mission for government. Putting housing first will help deliver an equitable Wales where everyone has enough money to live. A Wales where everyone can afford the essentials and where child poverty is eradicated. A Wales where everyone can access a safe, affordable and sustainable home. This paper outlines how we feel this can be achieved.