Jane Pightling advocates the importance of competence and integrity to create a culture where professionalism thrives.
This blog for World Humanitarian Day discusses how housing projects and local communities have respond effectively when climate disasters strike, creating climate resilience lessons for us all.
This blog examines the importance of partnership working in overcoming challenges, delivering homes, and celebrating successes in the sector.
This blog discusses the lessons we can learn from other sectors to combat the skills shortage in housing in a highly competitive jobs market to attract and retain talent in housing.
CIH policy advisor John Perry explores recent ONS stats indicating a quarter of households currently accommodating refugees under the Homes for Ukraine scheme want to pull out of it after six months,
Matt Lewer, vice-chair of the CIH Yorkshire and Humber regional group shares more about the recent tour of Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust's new development.
CIH member and North East group member, Laura Wood shares more about the recent Owning Your Future event.
CIH policy and practice officer Hannah Keilloh reflects on a recent trip to Hightown Housing Association to talk about their work in homelessness prevention.
David Bogle, Homes for Cathy chair and chief executive of Hightown Housing Association sets out a new proposal to help further prevent homelessness.
Paul Smith, chief executive of Elim Housing Association shares more about his discovery of the CIH professional standards and how he hopes they be used in the organisation and profession as a whole.
This new guest blog from Michael Timmons explains how Playlist for Life can support housing professionals to connect with tenants and customers who are living with dementia.
Janine Green explores the impact anti-social behaviour (ASB) can have and why a harm centred approach to ASB case management is important.
In this blog, Laura Dalton reflects on Staffs Housing’s first community week of action: The Big Green Summer Clean.
Rachael Williamson, head of policy and external affairs at CIH, explores what we can do ensure our homes cope with the extreme weather events caused by climate change.
As part of CIH’s plans to improve the online experience for users, CIH is looking for members to join their digital user group