This National Apprenticeship Week, find out what recent housing apprentices are saying about their learning experience.
After a recent debate in the House of Lords, Home Office ministers were unwilling to accept amendment to the Domestic Abuse Bill and grant a one year grace period from the benefit cap.
CIH member, Claire Astbury gives an insight into her chapter in the new Academic Archers book, Flapjacks and Feudalism.
Over the next few weeks, we'll be exploring some of the contents of the Social Housing White Paper. This week's blog focuses on tenant and resident engagement.
CIH’s head of membership, Rebecca Clarke shares her experience of coming out and the journey she has taken to become the person she is today.
Justin Cartwright, national director for Northern Ireland, reflects on a recent CIH event discussing the reform of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.
CIH policy and practice officer, Alexandra Gibson takes a look at why tackling climate change is one of, if not the biggest challenge the world faces.
We share our view on the government’s latest proposals for further permitted development rights for conversion to residential.
In 2019, the Climate Change Committee recommended all new homes built from 2025 should be forbidden from connecting to the gas grid. Dr Neil Cutland, director of Cutland Consulting Ltd, explores.
Over the next few weeks, we'll be exploring some of the contents of the Social Housing White Paper. This week's blog focuses on consumer regulation.
There is a lot to worry about housing right now. Ben Marshall, research director at Ipsos MORI explores why Britons may not be as worried about housing as they should be.
As the pandemic continues, we're continuing to update our existing free coronavirus support resources to help housing professionals across the country.
On 1 January 2021, radical changes were made to the UK’s immigration rules. We've outlined how this could affect social landlords.
Hear from Richard McWilliams, director of sustainability, Turner & Townsend, on why 2021 has to be the year we really start to get to grips with the climate emergency.
Over the next few weeks, we'll be exploring some of the contents of the Social Housing White Paper. This week's blog focuses on safety in homes.