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Written submission by CIH to the call for evidence on exempt accommodation.
CIH welcomes the cross-party Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (LUHC) Committee report on exempt accommodation and support services published today. CIH has submitted written and oral evidence to the committee. Read our press release for more about the background to this report and why CIH has responded, and see Policy and Practice Officer Sam Lister give evidence here.
The third and final report looking at the experiences of housing professionals in local authorities in Wales working during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Y trydydd adroddiad, a’r olaf, yn edrych ar brofiadau gweithwyr tai proffesiynol mewn awdurdodau lleol yng Nghymru sy’n gweithio yn ystod pandemig Covid-19.
The Scottish Government has launched a national conversation to inform a new National Dementia Strategy. This briefing summarises the consultation and gives details of how you can contribute.
CIH has responded to this consultation from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities.
An update on with all the latest information and changes to planning reform.
Response to the consultation issued by DLUHC.
Explore the evidence we have submitted to the government ahead of the upcoming Budget.
The Bill has been introduced as part of the Scottish Government’s overall response to the emergency situation caused by the impact of the cost crisis.
The Regulator of Social Housing has published its final version of the tenant satisfaction measures.
The tenant satisfaction measures published by the Regulator follow lengthy consultations. This guide gives an overview of key developments.
Wedi’i gomisiynu gan bartneriaid Cefnogi’r Bil, a gynhaliwyd gan Alma Economics – yn nodi buddion i bwrs y wlad sy’n werth £11.5bn yn erbyn y costau cyffredinol o £5bn dros gyfnod o 30 mlynedd.
Commissioned by the Back the Bill partners independent analysis undertaken by Alma Economics identifies benefits to the public purse worth £11.5bn against overall costs of £5bn over a 30-year period.
This is a response to the Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee’s call for evidence on human rights budgeting as part of its budget scrutiny for 2023-24.