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Current consultations

The views and experience of CIH members informs all that we do. Your input into consultations ensures CIH reflects the current concerns of the housing sector and it provides important evidence to support our messages.

The consultations we will be responding to are listed below. Click on a consultation to read about it and send your response to us - contact details are within each consultation.

Your views matter, so please tell us what you think.

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Housing Law - Introduction to tenancy law


Allocations, Lettings & Homelessness Conference & Exhibition

25-26 November, Holiday Inn, Stratford-Upon-Avon


Calling all CIH Yorkshire & Humberside members

26 November 2014 - Sheffield M


Future Professionals Networking Event 2014

1 December 2014, Glasgow


Student Conference 2014

Monday 1 December 2014, Glasgow


How safe is your data?

2 December, Manchester


Roundtable NW Universal Credit

4 December 2014 Liverpool


South East Resident Scrutiny Event

4 December 2014, CIH London office


Older people's housing

4 December 2014, Cardiff


The Smith Commission - implications for housing

9 December 2014, Glasgow


Telling engaging stories

9 December 2014 - Leeds


Housing & Dementia Practice Development Workshop Glasgow: Promoting Excellence in Dementia Care

Glasgow, Tuesday 9 December 2014


The Care Act- what you really need to know

9 December, Manchester


Planning for housing - what you need to know

9 December, CIH Office, London


Housing, health and social care

11 December 2014, Edinburgh



Ticking the box for housing

Through ‘ticking the box for housing’, we're aiming to influence debate in the run-up to the 2015 general election and ultimately the policies of the next government. We are challenging all political parties to put addressing the housing crisis at the centre of their manifestos.

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