We are pleased that the long-promised white paper has been published.
CIH Scotland has confirmed the appointment of Gavin Smith from Fife Council as its new vice chair.
Alongside the coalition, we are calling for the government to work with us to deliver more positive and effective alternatives
We welcome the announcement by the minister for communities to reconstruct whole aspects of housing policy, not least promising to reform the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.
The Housing and Dementia Framework was launched by CIH Scotland, Healthcare Improvement Scotland and Alzheimer Scotland at an event on 30 October 2019.
Two new Board members have been appointed to support the work of CIH in Scotland.
The Scottish Government agreed to review the process of local connection referrals and following intial consultation in 2019, has now set out detailed proposals to suspend all referrals.
Today, the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG) has published its National Statement of Expectations for Supported Housing.
CIH Scotland is calling for employers, colleges, universities, learning centres, the Scottish Government and its agencies to work together to improve access to housing education in Scotland.
Responding to the Social Security Committee’s call for evidence on the impact of COVID-19 and what more can be done to support people in Scotland.
Responding to the Scottish Government's consultation on regulation of short term lets.
All political parties in Wales are being urged to 'Back the Bill' and commit to a legal right to adequate housing in their 2021 Welsh Parliament Election manifestos.
Mae'r holl bleidiau gwleidyddol yng Nghymru'n cael eu hannog i "Gefnogi'r Bil" ac ymrwymo i hawl gyfreithiol i gartref digonol yn eu maniffestos ar gyfer Etholiad Senedd Cymru 2021.
In response to the Scottish Government introducing its Domestic Abuse (Protection) (Scotland) Bill, CIH Scotland has commended the legislation.
The UK Housing Review’s Autumn Briefing Paper, published on 5 October 2020, warns that the UK is ill-prepared to deal with housing needs that have been made worse during the pandemic.