Responding to the seven recommendations in the Better Social Housing Review the NHF and CIH action plan provides proactive steps to help drive long term, systemic improvements to social housing.
CIH have gained over 130 signatories on a letter to the Home Secretary and the Levelling Up Secretary voicing extreme concern about proposed changes to housing regulation for asylum seekers.
Find out more about this years Scotland Home Awards and how to submit your entry.
CIH responds to the Government's reforms to deliver a fairer Private Rented Sector for tenants and landlords.
Our eighth cost of living briefing provides the latest research and data available and examines the impact of the crisis on older people.
Orbit reveals the challenge of driving the behavioural changes to achieve net zero carbon goals at a time when residents are focused on the current cost of living crisis.
Sector bodies have written to to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care warning of the consequences of government’s decision to cut its promised £300 million Housing Transformation Fund
CIH Scotland welcomes the continued commitment to a “just transition” to net-zero but highlights the lack of detail on how transformative change in the housing sector will be achieved.
CIH would like to recognise the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III and wish everyone a joyful bank holiday weekend.
Sector snapshot report launched at Wales largest housing festival, Tai, reveals the impact of the cost of living crisis
A new report has found that the majority of social landlords in Scotland have not put in place adequate policies to support survivors of domestic abuse.
Recognising our commitment to improving equality, diversity and inclusion in our organisation, throughout our membership and across the housing sector.
CIH have co-signed a national group briefing laying out how government can safeguard domestic abuse survivors when addressing anti-social behaviour.
Scotland’s new First Minister, Humza Yousaf, set out his priorities for Scotland in an address to Parliament on 18 April.
CIH welcome Ofgem’s updated code of practice and focus on tighter enforcement and oversight but believe it should go further.