CIH policy and practice officer Hannah Keilloh explores why tackling the housing crisis isn't just about numbers, but delivering the right homes, in the right places, at the right price.
Yoric Irving-Clarke takes a look back at the pandemic and highlights the importance of housing organisations supporting the mental health of our communities.
In this blog Catherine tells us about why she decided to work in housing and how this links in with her passion for environmental law.
Policy and engagement manager Heather Wilson explores the role of shared housing in combating the enduring divisions within communities in Northern Ireland
Louise Drew, partner and head of building communities at law firm, Shakespeare Martineau explores the disconnect between the public and housing provider perceptions of retirement housing.
In this new blog Catherine Hall, Policy and practice officer at CIH Scotland reflects on the importance of home ahead of the Scottish Parliamentary elections.
As society begins to unlock, CIH's Yoric Irving-Clarke discusses why it’s vital that we don’t lose the progress or lessons we have learnt as a society during the pandemic.
Alistair Smyth, director of external affairs & social investment at The Guinness Partnership takes a look at the UK Housing Review, highlighting the importance of good, safe, affordable homes.
National director of CIH Cymru Matt Dicks explores political party commitments ahead of the Senedd election.
In this blog Callum Chomczuk, National director of CIH Scotland talks about why we need to support housing professionals if we are to achieve the ambitions set out in Housing to 2040.
CIH chief executive, Gavin Smart discusses the official Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities in the context of the housing sector.
This year’s UK Housing Review shows what can be done to address homelessness if the political will is there and highlights the divergence across the UK of progress to end homelessness for good.
European nationals living in the UK don't have long to apply to the European Union Settlement Scheme to regularise their status now that Brexit has brought an end to ‘free movement’.
In 2019 the Cross Party Group on Housing established a sub group to respond to Housing to 2040. In this guest blog, Steven Tolson, Chair of the CPG sub group reacts to the final Housing to 2040 vision
CIH's Sarah Davis discusses our existing work and upcoming webinar with See the Person to address the stigma that many housing tenants and residents face.