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CIH Cymru along with partners Tai Pawb and Shelter Cymru have launched a Bill aiming to bring the housing and homelessness crisis to an end in Wales
Lansiwyd CIH Cymru gyda parteriaid Tai Pawb a Shelter Cymru Bil i ddod ag argyfwng Tai a Digartrefedd Cymru i ben.
Following the publication of the UK Housing Review 2020 earlier this year, this follow-up briefing provides additional commentary.
CIH has responded to the consultation paper from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government proposing changes to the planning system in England.
Read the full 'Rethinking social housing Northern Ireland' report, that sets out tangible steps towards ensuring everyone can access a safe, affordable and comfortable place to call home.
This publication provides a round up of recent Scottish briefings, consultation responses and member updates.
Fel ein bod yn agosáu at etholiadau Senedd Cymru 2021 darllenwch ofynion CIH Cymru ar gyfer pleidiau gwleidyddol er mwyn ddatrys yr argyfwng tai yng Nghymru.
As we approach the Welsh Parliament Election in 2021 read CIH Cymru's asks of all political parties in addressing the housing crisis in Wales.
The Institute of Leadership & Management partnered with The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) to research leadership succession planning within the social housing sector.
This member briefing summarises the proposed short-term changes to the planning system in England.
To mark the fifth annual Scottish Housing Day, this new report sets out the value of social housing and why we need to continue to invest in building new homes.
CIH has joined forces with the See The Person campaign to address the issue of stigma in social housing and how landlords can tackle this.
Many people in social housing experience stigma because of where they live, and research by See The Person has revealed how the practices of social housing organisations and professionals can contribute to that. CIH and See The Person together have developed this guide, to support social housing organisations and the people who work for them to reflect on what they do and the imact it has, so that they can work with tenants to tackle stigma and develop relationships of mutual respect. It showcases what some organisations are doing to achieve that.
Homes at the Heart is CIH Scotland's manifesto for housing 2021-2026. It calls for all political parties to put housing at the centre of plans for our economic and social recovery from COVID-19.
Responding to the Local Government and Communities Committee call for evidence, CIH Scotland raises concerns about local authority housing services.