In this guest blog, Eilidh MacDonald, Graduate trainee at Kingdom Housing Association reflects on her experiences of working in housing and why she is looking forward to The Big Conversation event.
Southern Housing Group share their journey to tackle disrepair claims and implement a new process to deliver game-changing results.
In this new guest blog Geraldine Begg, Technology Enabled Care in Housing programme co-ordinator, sets out some of the ways that technology can support the housing sector.
In this new guest blog, Grant McManus a graduate trainee with Kingdom Housing Association talks about how the housing sector can support people to live well with dementia.
Dr Ligia Teixeira discusses steps we can take to deliver effective accommodation interventions for people experiencing homelessness.
We must tackle the inequalities that many disabled people face when trying to find a suitable home. Sarah Davis shares more about what the Housing Made for Everyone (HoME) coalition aims to do.
Emma Palmer gives a sneak peak of how Eastlight Community Homes have broken the mould to encourage meaningful involvement that meets customer needs now and in future.
Everyone deserves a safe, secure, comfortable place to call home. Not just in the middle of a crisis, but always. Melanie Rees highlights why homes should be at the heart of our country’s future.
The Malcolm Smith prize is awarded for the best piece of work focusing on housing law or policy during the last academic year by a student in Scotland, studying up to MSc level.
Here is a quick-fire guide from CIH’s policy and practice officer, Hannah Keilloh, to the changes proposed and her final thoughts on them now that the consultation responses have been submitted.
In this blog, Prof. Philip Brown discusses a new study highlighting the lived experience of people living in poor-quality, non-decent, accommodation during lockdown.
In this bog, Ashley Campbell, policy and practice manager at CIH Scotland sets out why letting agency staff need to be able to demonstrate continuous learning.
Heledd Williams, associate director of housing for the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust discusses her experience managing a long-term health condition alongside a developing career.
In this blog to mark Black History Month, CIH company secretary, Tolu Aluko shares her experience of equality, diversity and inclusion through her career.
Housing Ombudsman, Richard Blakeway shares more about the new report from the Housing Ombudsman Service, 'A new lease of life'