17 Nov 2022

CIH responds to Autumn Statement

Gavin Smart, CIH chief executive, provides his analysis on how today's Autumn Statement impacts the housing sector.

16 Nov 2022

CIH Cymru response to Welsh government announcement on social rent settlement

Matt Dicks, Director of CIH Cymru responds to the Welsh government's announcement of a 6.5 per cent rent settlement for social lands in Wales from April 2023.

16 Nov 2022

CIH statement on the death of Awaab Ishak

CIH respond to the coroner's finding that Awaab Ishak died as a result of damp and mould in his home.

14 Nov 2022 | Building new homes | Building safety and housing management | Planning | Tenants and residents

Planners integral to meeting the needs of England’s ageing population

New report by RTPI and CIH provides best practice advice to improve the delivery of housing for older people

08 Nov 2022 | Cost of living | Health | Homelessness

Lack of affordable housing and the cost of living crisis is leaving domestic abuse survivors vulnerable, despite recent Government reforms, says latest Solace report

Solace Women’s Aid have recently released a new report which shows that the number of people made homeless by domestic abuse in the last year (April 2021 to March 2022) has increased

02 Nov 2022 | Cost of living | Homelessness

Latest figures show worrying increase in people sleeping rough for the first time

CIH respond to latest CHAIN report showing an increase in homelessness figures and call on government to take urgent action

01 Nov 2022

UK Housing Review autumn briefing paper shows more than half of “first-time” buyers are actually previous owners

Find all the latest analysis and updates on the pressing housing topics of the moment in the UK Housing Review 2022 autumn briefing paper published today – a UK housing sector must read document.

01 Nov 2022 | About CIH | Affordability and benefits | Homelessness

University of Glasgow housing student wins CIH Malcolm Smith Award

Nicky Imrie has received a prestigious award for her work outlining the importance of homelessness and help with housing costs as key drivers for UK housing policy change.

31 Oct 2022 | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability | Regulation and legal

CIH Scotland calls for more support to deliver homes in remote and rural areas

CIH Scotland has welcomed new measures which increase transparency over land ownership and use, but has raised concerns over how easy it will be for some to take advantage of these new rights.

28 Oct 2022 | Building safety and housing management | Climate and sustainability | Cost of living | Health | Tenants and residents

CIH response to the net zero review call for evidence

The best way to reduce the amount people must spend to heat their homes, now and in the future, is to invest in energy efficiency measures.

28 Oct 2022 | About CIH

Chartered Institute of Housing’s Scotland Housing Awards 2022 winners announced

Download the Good Practice Compendium to discover more about this year's shortlist and winners.

28 Oct 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Cost of living

CIH cost of living briefing four: Spotlight on benefits and disability

This cost of living briefing summarises the latest research and data on the crisis, examining the impact of inflation on benefits and the disproportionate impact of the crisis on disabled people.

27 Oct 2022 | Regulation and legal

CIH response to the Levelling Up, Housing and Communities report on exempt accommodation

CIH welcome the DLUHC Committee report published today on exempt accommodation and support services, the important failings it highlights and the recommendations it makes to government.

27 Oct 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Cost of living | Health | Tenants and residents

Under pressure: Three-quarters of Council housing staff say their mental health is in decline

CIH Cymru have published their third report into the experience of people working in housing departments in local authorities across Wales.

27 Oct 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Cost of living | Health | Tenants and residents

Dan bwysau: Dywed tri chwarter o staff tai Cynghorau fod eu hiechyd meddwl yn dirywio

Mae CIH Cymru wedi cyhoeddi eu trydydd adroddiad ar brofiad pobl sy’n gweithio mewn adrannau tai mewn awdurdodau lleol ledled Cymru.

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