Earlier today, new measures to level up England’s cities, recover from the pandemic and help provide much-needed new homes were set out by housing secretary, Robert Jenrick.
A new report makes recommendations that social landlords use a human rights approach to improve housing outcomes for women and children experiencing domestic abuse.
The campaign to recognise housing as a fundamental right in Wales has been boosted by the backing of key signatories.
Cefnogaeth llofnodwyr allweddol yn hwb i’r ymgyrch i gydnabod yr hawl i dai fel hawl sylfaenol yng Nghymru.
Recent events have yet again demonstrated the failure of our society, politics, and culture to value all individuals equally.
Responding to a call for evidence on the Fair Rents (Scotland) Bill, CIH Scotland welcomes the proposal to gather data on rent levels but does not support the proposed rent cap.
CIH Scotland has commended the proposed Domestic Abuse (Protection) Bill but called on its provisions to be strengthened to improve the housing rights and better protect victims of domestic abuse.
In response to the Chancellor’s decision to cut the cost of borrowing for councils to build more homes, hear what CIH chief executive Gavin Smart has to say.
Just over three quarters of the Welsh public agree that a right to housing should be a law in Wales - in this snapshot of public opinion, find out what other views on housing the public hold.
Mae mwy na thri chwarter o bobl yng Nghymru'n cefnogi hawl gyfreithiol i gartref, yn ôl arolwg newydd gan CIH Cymru. Darllenwch ragor am safbwyntiau'r cyhoedd ynglŷn â thai.
A recent poll of 507 adults commissioned by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) in partnership with Professor Roger Awan-Scully of Cardiff University.
New research from CIH Scotland explores public attitudes to social housing in Scotland.
Research delivered through Tyfu Tai Cymru calls for more to be done to reduce the barriers to community-led approaches to addressing empty homes becoming more common-place.
Our thoughts in response to the UK Spending Review announced on 25 November 2020.
In a joint response to the draft Infrastructure Investment Plan CIH Scotland, Shelter Scotland and SFHA have called for the Scottish Government to increase affordable housing supply levels.