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CIH Cymru's Analysis of Welsh Government's Final Budget 2023-24
Dadansoddiad CIH Cymru o gyllideb derfynol Llywodraeth Cymru 2023-24
CIH has made a written submission to the joint enquiry from the APPG for Ending Homelessness and the APPG on Housing Market and Housing Delivery, into housing solutions for homeless households.
The inquiry sought views on how office and commercial space could be converted into genuinely affordable, decent housing to boost supply for those experiencing homelessness and other low-income households.
Whilst conversions could be a part of the solution, more oversight and control by local authorities will be needed than that which is currently awarded through the permitted development route. We call for more long term funding and links to appropriate support.
This document proposes how RRTPs could be monitored more consistently, providing an evidence base for tracking the impact of RRTP work.
A CIH Scotland and Fife Council joint report and recommendations highlighting the importance of Rapid Rehousing Transition Plans as part of the Ending Homelessness Together commitment.
CIH's full response to the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill Reforms to National Planning Policy consultation
Find out everything what you need to know about the Social Housing (Regulation) Bill now it has completed its Report stage in the House of Commons.
This is a response to the call for evidence by the Utility Regulator and Consumer Council NI, regarding how energy consumers will be protected during the transition to a decarbonised energy system.
Download CIH's submission to the NPF policy consultation and our four key asks of the next government.
The Social Housing (Regulation) Bill enters the report stage in the House of Commons on 1 March 2023.
A number of amendments have been proposed that further strengthen the bill and its requirements including, for example, measures to tackle hazards within certain time periods, and requirements around the skills, experience and qualifications of senior housing staff. This briefing provides an overview of CIH’s thoughts on the bill and proposed amendments (as currently proposed).
CIH Cymru analysis of latest research into poverty levels in Wales.
Dadansoddiad CIH Cymru o'r cyhoeddiadau diweddaraf ar dlodi yng Nghymru.
This guide provides an overview for practitioners on dealing with damp and mould in a way which is proactive, understanding of tenants’ experiences, and effective in resolving the underlying issue.
CIH's response to the government consultation on sprinklers in care homes, removal of national classes, and staircases in residential buildings.
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