Paul Murphy, CIH Scotland board member explores how, as a sector, we should help raise the next generation of housing professionals.
In this opinion piece, first published in the Herald, Callum Chomczuk, national director at CIH Scotland shares his views on the new imigration plan published by the Home Office.
As we take the next steps out of COVID-19. Gareth Leech, chair of Housing Futures Cymru, discusses the prominence of digital that's come with the pandemic.
In a series of blogs, CIH's Yoric Irving-Clarke looks at some common philosophical assumptions, unpicking them in relation to housing. This week, he looks at the real meaning of need.
Nazia Azad-Warren, tenant engagement lead at Cadwyn reflects on how the challenges around tenant engagement have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Andrew King, head of supported housing at Stonewater highlights that to achieve gender parity in the future, we need to be championing women’s agendas every day of the year.
Ian Fyfe, furnished tenancies manager from Torus discusses why furnished tenancy schemes are essential to help some individuals to sustain a home
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.