As the construction of traditional new homes continues to face challenges, developers are increasingly turning to modern methods of construction (MMC) to deliver new developments.
On World Environment Day policy and practice officer Matthew Scott looks at how housing organisations can help to limit waste and contribute to a circular economy.
Dr Juliet Stone discusses the research behind the latest local child poverty statistics and why considering local circumstances is vital when examining child poverty.
Tracey Downie discusses why we need to improve the access and delivery of housing for women and influence housing providers and policy makers to address women's needs in the services they offer.
This #InMyShoes blog by Trishna Tripuraneni discusses her career path and why working in the housing sector has proved her most rewarding role to date.
CIH president, Lara Oyedele, calls on members to complete the EDI census to ensure the next generation of members and housing professionals are even more representative of tenants and communities.
As we mark Dementia Awareness Week in Scotland, Ashley Campbell reflects on Scotland's new national Dementia Strategy.
Greatwell Homes’ Julie Robinson shares her experience of the benefits and subtleties of agile working.
The digital divide is a frustrating characteristic of the modern world; one that cannot be fixed by one sector alone. Branwen Evan's discusses how the housing sector can be part of the solution.
In this blog Claire from End Furniture Poverty discusses why flooring should be a fundamental decent homes standard for social housing.
This blog by Fay Greaves from Crisis, explores the latest research pointing to the importance of placing the provision of homes at the centre of efforts to end homelessness.
Charley Gibbons discusses Orbit's proactive approach to identifying and contacting older customers who may be particularly vulnerable to the impacts of the cost of living crisis.
In this new series by CIH Northern Ireland, we're sitting down with some of our mentors to discover more about them.
The impact of the Social Housing Decarbonisation Fund (SHDF) is revealed for the first time showing great progress but also revealing how much work must still be done.
The chair of the Dementia and Housing Working Group discusses the difference good housing makes for people living with dementia and the group’s action-oriented ethos that creates tangible outcomes.