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Q&A: Is there a risk that housing associations could become ‘public bodies’ and be ‘privatised’?

Why all the debate about housing associations and “public body status”? What does it mean and what are the risks and opportunities? CIH policy adviser John Perry assesses the situation.


CIH Scotland comments on latest homelessness statistics

Commenting on the latest quarterly homelessness statistics for Scotland, published today, Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland director Annie Mauger said: “Welfare reform and the benefit cap in particular are reducing the amounts available…

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Many happy returns WHQ!

Ahead of WHQ 100, the Welsh Housing Quarterly advisory board chair Antonia Forte reflects on anniversaries and achievements.

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Should NI private landlords or tenants be liable to pay rates?

CIH Northern Ireland policy and public affairs officer Justin Cartwright argues rates liability in the private rented sector (PRS) is a murky issue but there is a solution.


CIH sets up housing academy to combat potential skills shortage

Housing could face a skills shortage unless the industry redoubles its efforts to attract young talent according to the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). The housing workforce is currently more qualified than average – but it is…

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Leading diversity by 2020

Leading diversity

CIH’s Presidential Commission on leadership and diversity was set up to examine ways to improve the diversity of our industry’s leaders and is calling on housing organisations to sign up to and deliver against 10 challenges by 2020.

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