In this blog, Jonathan Conway, community services team leader from Newport City Homes shares an insight into his housing career.
Chloe Fletcher, policy director at the National Federation of ALMOs (NFA) discusses the latest NFA Best Practice report which concludes current government strategy on homelessness.
Sam Lister, CIH policy and practice officer tells all.
Fiona Clandillon, associate director of the Scottish Futures Trust discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has made us reflect on the inequalities within our housing.
Ben Marshall, research director at Ipsos MORI shares more about his recent research and what it tell us.
Sarah Davis, CIH senior policy officer discusses why the Heathy Homes Act is important for our health and wellbeing, and to enable us to flourish.
Kate Cooper from The Institute of Leadership & Management discusses new research conducted on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Housing around the leadership gap in housing.
CIH Scotland director, Callum Chomczuk sets out why Scottish Housing Day is focussing on the value of social housing.
CIH policy advisor John Perry, unpicks the Government’s announcement for new investment in affordable homes, including shared ownership and what this could really mean for housing in this country.
Brian Robson, executive director from the Northern Housing Consortium shares more about how the North of England is rising to the challenge of net zero.
An update on a working group co-chaired by CIH Scotland and Scottish Women's Aid.
Choice Housing from Northern Ireland share an overview of their Killynure Green development.
Celebrating the life and achievements of Alan Ferguson who spent 21 years with CIH Scotland after becoming director in 1993.
As a housing association specialising in accessible homes, putting homes at the heart of living well resonates with disabled tenants and their families as Sheron Carter, CEO of Habinteg explains.
Alex Gibson, CIH policy and practice officer, highlights why housing must not waste any more time in putting its pledges into actions and truly tackling the crime.