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.
Responding to a consultation on council tax for second and empty homes, CIH Scotland welcomed proposals which could bring homes back into use and raise additional funds for affordable housing.
Director of CIH Norther Ireland, Justin Cartwright, introduces new chair, Carol McTaggart and thanks former chair, Niall Sheridan for his service over the last 6 years.
This joint release from CIH Scotland, Shelter Scotland and SFHA highlights concerns with affordable housing supply following publication of the latest Scottish Government statistics.
Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and ITN Business Launch New Programme Demonstrating the Social Housing Sector’s Commitment to Affordable Housing and Resident Well-being
Following the popular skills and recruitment masterclass series provided by CIH and Bailes Partnership Consulting, this document will help organisations successfully manage skills requirements.
Find out more about the five key asks for refugee and asylum accommodation CIH are calling for.
CIH Scotland has published a new report setting out considerations as to the scope and feasibility of a new regulator for the private rented sector.
UK members can submit their nomination by 5pm, 12 July 2023.
Read the Warm this Winter coalition letter to Michael Gove calling for the new Energy Bill legislation going through Parliament to tackle poor energy efficiency in the private rented sector.
Ensuring everyone in Scotland has access to adequate housing should be put at the centre of policy-making at every level of government, according to a new call from a dozen organisations.