This statement was issued in response to the Scottish Government's Draft Infrastructure Investment Plan.
CIH Cymru launches its Welsh Parliament manifesto ‘Back Housing 2021’.
CIH Cymru'n lansio ei maniffesto Senedd Cymru 'Cefnogi Tai 2021'.
A new report launching from the Chartered Institute of Housing and The Institute of Leadership and Management.
CIH Scotland is calling for housing to be at the heart of Scotland’s social and economic recovery from coronavirus and to be prioritised within all party manifestos.
CIH policy advisor John Perry, unpicks the Government’s announcement for new investment in affordable homes.
As part of the #ShineALight campaign, CIH president Aileen Evans has launched a new guide to help housing organisations whose tenants and other customers may have mental health problems.
CIH Scotland is calling for housing to be at the heart of Scotland’s social and economic recovery from Covid-19 and to be prioritised within all party manifestos ahead of the Scottish elections.
Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick has launched new investment in housing to help the country build back better, including homes for social rent to help the most vulnerable.
The Chartered Institute of Housing and Orbit Group make the case for change as governments across the UK decide how to boost investment after the COVID-19 crisis.
“The Future of Housing” explores the challenges and triumphs of the housing sector today, hopes for the future and the partnerships making a real difference in a pandemic-informed world.
After the announcement of the programme for government CIH Scotland National Director, Callum Chomczuk, commented.
Everyone associated with Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) is saddened by the passing of our former Scotland director, Alan Ferguson.
The number of new homes being completed in Northern Ireland has fallen 61 per cent, according to new statistics released today by the Department for Communities.
The government have confirmed that the ban on possession proceedings in England and Wales will be extended until 20 September.