This year’s Scottish Housing Day is focused on raising awareness of the variety of roles and routes into the sector, making the case for housing to be recognised as an important and valued career.
The government has worked with rented sector bodies and health experts to provide guidance for landlords underlining the health impacts and risks from damp and mould
Elly will officially become vice president following the 2023 CIH annual general meeting in the autumn.
The ninth cost of living briefing has been released by the Chartered Institute of Housing.
We have been making some big changes to our membership. Today, we’re writing to confirm another change.
‘Housing policy in a changing world: A UK Housing Review Reader’ is new a resource for housing students and anyone interested in housing policy.
Find out more about this year's vice president candidates and how to vote.
CIH respond to the latest quarterly homeless statistics and provide a summary of the key statistical take aways.
CIH chief executive Gavin Smart responds live from Kings Place to the Secretary of State's speech on housing.
The ‘Holding on to home’ study is examining tenancy sustainment in social housing.
The Better Social Housing Review published in December, included a challenging set of findings and found that the social housing sector is under huge pressure.
The Renters (Reform) Bill proposes some of the largest changes to the private rented sector in thirty years.
First Minister Humza Yousaf MSP has made an announcement today during a visit to one of Fife Council’s supported accommodation facilities.
Investigates the positive outcomes a social energy tariff would have for residents and providers, detailing why social housing providers should support and advocate its introduction.
We are seeking two ambitious housing professionals to join the CIH Scotland Board.