Sam Rose, CIH member and senior associate at Penningtons Manches Cooper discusses the data protection questions that surround the use of video doorbells,
CIH Scotland policy and practice officer Catherine Hall reflects on Scottish Housing Day and it's impact in progressing the discussion on action to address the climate emergency.
Jehan Weerasinghe, managing director of Glasgow Housing Association (part of Wheatley Group) discusses why sponsoring the Bob Allan - Young Achiever in Housing award is so important.
Mentoring has a big role to play in successful diversity and inclusion programmes and schemes
Kevin Hamilton, customer liaison officer at East Ayrshire Council discusses winning at the 2021 Scotland Housing Awards.
We explore the key differences between mentoring and coaching, when to use both learning practices and what the key benefits are.
The Brick CEO, Louise Green shares her thoughts after the charity won at the 2020 Northern Awards.
ClwydAlyn shares why they chose to sponsor the future generations award at the upcoming Welsh housing awards.
For 50 years, Lovell have been working in partnership with housing associations and local authorities to create places where communities can thrive.
Ahead of October's housing management summit, Paul Marston co-founder and director at Eidos Consulting Ltd discusses how you can tackle the increasing skills gap.
This is the third update from the National Housing and Dementia Forum co-chaired by CIH Scotland and the University of Stirling's Dementia Services Development Centre.
In this new blog for Scottish Housing Day, Catherine Hall explains why the whole housing sector needs to focus on meeting net-zero emissions by 2045.
Colette McKune MBE, CEO of ForHousing discusses how we can end homelessness – with a little help from our friends.
We explore what reverse mentoring is, how reverse mentoring works and some of the key benefits to reverse mentoring.
Mentoring is often cited as an extremely effective way to support diversity and inclusion initiatives and agendas within organisations, and with good reason.