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The Chartered Institute of Housing is the independent voice for housing and the home of professional standards


Successful regeneration can help improve people’s homes, boost economic activity, increase housing supply, help create more balanced communities and improve results in areas like health, education and crime. In January 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron announced a new approach to estate regeneration, including a £140 million fund to kick-start the regeneration work. Getting the details right will be absolutely crucial – it is vital for regeneration to be led by residents and their needs, especially if estates are being completely demolished. CIH can support you to ensure your regeneration programmes are effective through practical advice, training, events and more.

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Our regeneration support is designed to deliver the joined-up action and better use of resources that are the key to success.  With cuts in public services and financial constraints the need for more targeted investment and management interventions has never been more pressing.

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Regeneration Revival

What benefits can housing-led regeneration bring? Read the summary briefing or download the full report of research published by CIH, Poplar HARCA and Sheffield Hallam University's CRESR.

New housing apprenticeships

Read up on the latest government framework which focuses on targeting apprenticeships to specific job roles at different levels.

Making it happen, modern methods of construction

Join Alan Yates, group executive director of regeneration of Accord Group on 18 May in London for his executive briefing on how off-site construction can boost supply and help towards the objective of delivering a million new homes by 2020.

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