CIH Scotland has responded to the Scottish Housing Regulator’s consultation on proposals to adjust their regulatory approach in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This submission highlights the vital contribution that the housing sector can make towards building back better after the pandemic and the steps needed to stop a spike in evictions.
Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick has announced an overhaul of our country’s current planning system and a reformation of the way we build moving forward.
In a joint letter to Luke Hall MP, the Chartered Institute of Housing and National Housing Federation express concern helping rough sleepers to obtain longer-term housing and support.
This Tyfu Tai Cymru research reveals the inconsistencies in the approaches to allocating social housing, suggesting ways to improve the process for everyone involved.
Our response to Chancellor of the Exchequer's summer statement in the Commons on UK economic recovery from the pandemic.
The number of new homes being started in Northern Ireland fell in March as the impact of COVID-19 began.
the top priority for CIH will always be the safety and wellbeing of our members, customers, and colleagues.
The ‘Homes at the Heart’ campaign is urging government to put funding for new and existing social homes at the heart of the country’s recovery from coronavirus.
New report released into housing need in Scotland between 2021–2026.
The Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland publishes proposals aimed at avoiding a potentially disastrous spike in evictions once the current coronavirus protections end.
CIH Cymru outline the urgent steps needed to support tenants and landlords across Wales during the Covid-19 pandemic.
CIH has been working with DAHA, Women’s Aid and the National Housing Federation to bring the housing sector and refuges together, so survivors can find safe and secure homes.
CIH Scotland, Homes for Good and the Scottish Association of Landlords have published guidance for the private rented sector on how to support tenants during the coronavirus outbreak.
This outbreak and the associated social and economic shut-down have hit every sector hard. CIH has been no exception to that, as chief executive Gavin Smart explains.