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The Chartered Institute of Housing is the independent voice for housing and the home of professional standards

CIH Scotland

Helping to make you brilliant

Here at CIH Scotland, we work to shape housing and community agendas to support our members.

On this page, you can find information about our board and staff team, including how to contact us, and our latest news.  Most importantly we are here to help you to do your job better and we have a huge range of resources to help you to do this so take a look below to find out more.

Training and qualifications »

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To find out more about our training and qualifications, please contact our Housing Academy Team on 024 7685 1789 or email



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To find out more about our events, please contact our events team on on 024 7685 1722 or email

Contact us

4th Floor, Hayweight House, 23 Lauriston Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9DQ

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Domestic abuse: a good practice guide for social landlords

CIH Scotland, in partnership with ALACHO, SFHA, Shelter Scotland and Scottish Women's Aid, has published new practice guidance which aims to support social landlords to develop an informed response to domestic abuse.

Read more here

Download the guidance


Housing First guidance for social housing professionals

CIH Scotland and Glasgow Homelessness Network (GHN) have launched new joint guidance for Scotland's social housing professionals on Housing First. The guidance outlines what Housing First is, how it fits into Scotland's strategic and policy context, and what can be learned from current projects.

Download the guidance


Support our 'Make a Stand' campaign

If you're a housing provider, you can help to tackle domestic abuse by signing up to CIH's 'Make a Stand' Campaign. The pledge allows organisations to make four key commitments to provide support for people experiencing domestic abuse.

Find out more here

See the current list of Scottish signatories

Not a housing provider? If your organisation doesn't provide homes but works closely with those that do, you can sign up to be a 'Make a Stand' supporter.

Find out more here

See the current list of Scottish supporters


Dementia Pathways: Housing's Role

CIH Scotland has published a practice guide to help housing practitioners offer suitable support to people affected by dementia.

Download the practice guide here

Find out more about the Dementia Pathways research