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

CIH Scotland

Helping to make you brilliant

Here at CIH Scotland, we work to shape housing and community agendas to support our members.

On this page, you can find information about our board and staff team, including how to contact us, and our latest news.  Most importantly we are here to help you to do your job better and we have a huge range of resources to help you to do this so take a look below to find out more.

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Submit your practice examples for new allocations guide

Professionals from across Scotland’s housing sector are being encouraged to share their experience on allocations and suspensions to support revised practice guidance currently being prepared by CIH Scotland and specialist research consultants Craigforth.

Find out more here

Submit your practice examples here


Training and qualifications

For more information on our training and qualifications, please call us on 0131 225 4544 or email


What you need to know about the review of the regulatory framework

Read our exclusive 'what you need to know' briefing for members on the review of the regulatory framework and take our member survey.

Dementia Pathways: Housing's Role

CIH Scotland has published a practice guide to help housing practitioners offer suitable support to people affected by dementia.

Download the practice guide here

Find out more about the Dementia Pathways research