This Fuel Poverty Awareness Day, Matt Copeland, head of policy and public affairs at National Energy Action discusses the actions we need to make a difference to people in fuel poverty this winter.
CIH policy and practice officer Alexandra Gibson examines the consequences of fuel poverty on health and wellbeing, the current policy landscape and what we are calling for.
CIH policy and practice officer explores why the right attitudes, policies and procedures are needed to help us exacerbate violence against women.
CIH president Jo Richardson and Wei Yang, president of the Royal Town Planning Institute, reflect on their hopes for the future of housing.
Ahead of the 2022 All-Ireland Summit, Workplus founder and CEO Richard Kirk explores how we can sow the seeds of professionalism earlier in peoples' careers.
Mears Group colleagues Sian Davenport and Amanda Morby reflect on key learning from CIH's Housing Management Summit which took place in October 2021.
In the same week that World Leaders gathered in Glasgow for COP 26 and Welsh Government launched its Net-Zero Strategy, Matt Dicks sets out the key opportunities and challenges for housing.
In this new blog, Catherine Hall talks about the legacy of COVID-19 and the impact on equality, diversity and inclusion.
Following the release of the UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper 2021, CIH Cymru's Matthew Kennedy explores housing issues in Wales.
Following the release of the UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper 2021, CIH Northern Ireland's Heather Wilson explores the current housing landscape in NI.
Following the release of the UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper 2021, John Perry gives an overview of the fire safety progress that has been made since the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Alan Bryce, non- executive director of the Tenancy Fraud Forum explains why it is fundamental for social housing providers to play their part in the fight against tenancy fraud.
Following the release of the UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper 2021, John Perry takes a look at the proportion of government spending that goes towards affordable housing.
CIH Northern Ireland director, Justin Cartwright looks at what progress is being made in Northern Ireland around the zero carbon agenda, and where further work needs to be done.
The fourth evidence session of the National Housing and Dementia Forum focussed on moving home in later life.