05 May 2022 | Homelessness

How could we define success for the Scottish Government’s strategy to end homelessness?

Dr Lígia Teixeira, CEO of the Centre for Homelessness Impact explores if the vision to end to homelessness could benefit from a more simple/memorable framework that fits a Scottish context.

02 May 2022 | Regulation and legal

Homes for Ukraine – two views from Scotland

The Scottish Refugee Council and Positive Action in Housing give their views on Scotland's Homes for Ukraine scheme.

29 Apr 2022 | Building safety and housing management | Digital | Tenants and residents

Using customer insight intelligently can help us harness technology to improve our services

Rachel Crownshaw, executive director of operations at GreenSquareAccord, shares more about the insight they receive from customers tells and how this helped pinpoint where to focus improvements.

29 Apr 2022 | Building safety and housing management | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

London leading the way with service charges best-practice

Mariana Schiller, senior policy officer at the GLA discusses the new Service Charges Charter which aims to improve leaseholder satisfaction by giving providers best-practice principles to follow.

29 Apr 2022 | Building new homes | Planning | Tenants and residents

The Bugler Group celebrates 40th anniversary

Ahead of Housing Brighton, Bugler Group CEO, Andy Bugler, provides a summary of the approach and values that have underpinned our success over the past four decades.

28 Apr 2022 | About CIH | Equality, diversity and inclusion | Health | Tenants and residents

Helping to tackle health inequalities

CIH's Sarah Davis shares further thinking from a recent roundtable with Grand Union Housing Group.

28 Apr 2022 | Tenants and residents

By giving our tenants a voice, we bring a new meaning to the term ‘tenant engagement’

Claire McDonnell, tenant engagement officer at Circle VHA shares more about the organisation's tenant first approach and strategy,

14 Apr 2022 | Building new homes | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

Our housing system - how did we get into this mess?

UK Housing Review author, Mark Stephens the necessity to open the door to a more strategic view of the state and the market.

14 Apr 2022 | Career development | Equality, diversity and inclusion

The housing sector is failing to attract a diverse workforce

Rohini Sharma Joshi FCIH OBE shares why the housing sector must do better to attract, recruit and retain a much wider diversity and develop employment approaches to achieve this.

12 Apr 2022 | About CIH

Celebrating the life of Neville Arthur Kirby FCIH

David Pell, honorary associate and associate lecturer at The Open University remembers Neville's incredible housing life,

12 Apr 2022 | About CIH | Career development

Coming together for positive change – CIH Yorkshire & Humber regional group

Helen Wordsworth, Yorkshire & Humber regional group lead shares why you should join CIH and your member group today.

08 Apr 2022 | Career development | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

Alignment across the rented sector

In this new blog, Callum Chomczuk, national director of CIH Scotland, considers the opportunities presented by the Scottish Government's draft rented sector strategy.

01 Apr 2022 | Homelessness | Regulation and legal

Can a new duty prevent homelessness?

In this new opinion piece first published in the Herald, Callum Chomczuk, national director of CIH Scotland, considers whether the proposed prevention duty will do enough to tackle homelessness.

01 Apr 2022 | About CIH | Career development

Supporting our sectors’ next generation leaders – South East Consortium

Offering CIH membership to our Next Generation Leaders has provided each individual with the pathway to continual development as they progress into leadership roles in the upcoming years.

01 Apr 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

How do we drive up the supply of social rented homes?

Following the release of the 2022 UK Housing Review, CIH policy advisor John Perry explores what more needs to be done to address housing need in the UK.

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