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.
Following the release of the 2021 UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper, CIH’s John Perry summarises the evidence on total numbers excluded from housing and benefits due to immigration status.
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.
CIH’s Sarah Davis, and a member of the Housing and Ageing Alliance, look at the urgency of improving homes for older people and the different agendas that social landlords must manage to achieve that.
Today BEIS have set out plans and a breakdown of the wider £3.9bn funding package to drive down the cost of low carbon heating technologies in the long-awaited Heat and Buildings Strategy.
CIH president, Jo Richardson shares why she will be sleeping out for End Youth Homelessness on the 12 November 2021.
David Bookbinder, director of the Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations, explains how Glasgow is responding to the crisis in Afghanistan.
Randall Abate, speaker at The Big Conversation, 1 December, and chair in marine and environmental law and policy and director, Institute for Global Understanding shares the issues to watch at COP 26
Sam Rose, CIH member and senior associate at Penningtons Manches Cooper discusses the data protection questions that surround the use of video doorbells,
CIH Scotland policy and practice officer Catherine Hall reflects on Scottish Housing Day and it's impact in progressing the discussion on action to address the climate emergency.
Jehan Weerasinghe, managing director of Glasgow Housing Association (part of Wheatley Group) discusses why sponsoring the Bob Allan - Young Achiever in Housing award is so important.