Cerys Clark discusses how tackling domestic abuse in Welsh communities is part of a whole system approach to ensure homelessness in Wales is rare
Hannah Keilloh examines last weeks LHA uprating, examining the positives, the limitations and what is needed to resolve the ongoing housing crisis.
As part of the 16 day of activism this Grand Union blog explores the importance of awareness, recognizing abuse red flags and promoting healthy relationships and safe spaces.
As we start the 2023 16 Days of Activism CIH chief exec Gavin Smart discusses housing's role in support domestic abuse survivors and what legislative changes are needed.
Jon Cox calls out the government's ASB Action Plan to include more links between ASB and safeguarding.
The landscape of social housing is evolving, and with it, the demand is on the rise for skilled professionals in housing, development and asset management functions.
If ever we needed a reminder that housing is a political issue, this week’s reshuffle provided it, writes Aileen Evans.
Ninety-two per cent of the private-rented sector in Scotland is unaffordable for people claiming benefits, new CIH-backed research shows.
Policy and practice officer Matthew Scott outlines how the new Energy Act will affect the way landlords and their tenants think about and use energy smart appliances.
This year’s big SEC conference was all about ‘resetting the focus’. But what were the main points of focus for attendees?
Hear from an award-winning organisation on why the All-Ireland awards are worth their weight in gold.
Leasehold reform and the Renters Reform Bill were notable inclusions in Charles III's first official King's Speech.
As the sector prepares for new consumer standards and wider efforts to improve tenant engagement, we explored what social landlords can do to successfully harness the tenant voice.
That electricity is so expensive (while gas remains cheap) is a profoundly dysfunctional feature of the UK’s social system and one that undermines our efforts at decarbonising.
A guest post from Helen Lawrence from University of Nottingham around the impact of 'out of area' temporary accommodation allocations on tenants in our communities.