CIH reacts to the housing elements within the Chancellor's Autumn Statement
New CIH research shows 92 per cent of the private rented sector in Scotland is unaffordable for people claiming benefits
Survey conducted as part of the collaborative study between Sheffield Hallam University, Chartered Institute of Housing, Qa Research and HQN.
Read our reaction to the changes put forward to the Renters Reform Bill, along with a summary of the amendments and what they mean.
Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland has partnered with the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) to launch a new online resource to bolster both housing and young people's careers.
Find out the key housing items in the government’s plans for the year ahead, laid out in today's King's Speech at the state opening of parliament.
Read our response and the open letter CIH and 14 leading homeless and housing organisations sent to government urging them to reconsider the Home Secretary's proposals to ban tents.
Discover the latest updates on key housing issues and data from this year’s UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper.
CIH Scotland and the ALACHO have sent a joint letter to the Housing Minister outlining significant concerns with the pressures being faced by housing and homelessness services.
The Scottish Government invited landlords, tenants and stakeholders to share their views on proposals for rented sector reform ahead of the Housing Bill being introduced.
A rent settlement for social landlords in Wales of 6.7 per cent.
Find out more about the creativity, passion, and innovation of housing organisations and individuals announced as winners at the 2023 Scottish Housing Awards.
CIH Cymru provide a summary and response to the Welsh Government's publication of the finalised Welsh Housing Quality Standards.
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