25 Jan 2022 | About CIH | Equality, diversity and inclusion | Tenants and residents

Championing equality, diversity and inclusion in the housing profession

CIH Scotland national director Callum Chomczuk shares an update on CIH's commitment to build on the rich diversity of every individual in housing.

12 Jan 2022 | Career development | Equality, diversity and inclusion

Improve diversity and inclusion with mentoring

Find out how you can improve your organisation's diversity and inclusion initiatives with mentoring and reverse mentoring.

12 Jan 2022 | Career development

Mentoring statistics in 2022: Everything you need to know

Mentoring experts PushFar have compiled the ultimate list of the mentoring statistics, from employee engagement and inclusion, through to learning, career progression and development.

12 Jan 2022 | Career development

Here's why mentoring is key to staff retention

Retaining employees is vital to a business’s success and going about it can seem tricky, but here’s why mentoring is the answer to your staff turnover.

12 Jan 2022 | Career development

Mentoring for mental health in the workplace

Employee well-being is extremely important and should be one of the top priorities of any organisation, see how mentoring can help.

11 Jan 2022 | Building safety and housing management | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

CIH response to building safety announcement

Chartered Institute of Housing head of policy and external affairs Rachael Williamson shares her thoughts following the recent building safety announcement.

10 Jan 2022 | Career development

WISH is coming to Scotland

In this guest blog, WISH co-founders Nicola Dibb and Debra Constance talk about plans to bring WISH to Scotland. WISH is a membership based network for women working in housing.

07 Jan 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Climate and sustainability | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

What's coming up for housing in 2022?

CIH head of policy and external affairs, Rachael Williamson explores what's on the agenda for the housing industry this year,

20 Dec 2021 | About CIH | Career development | Tenants and residents

The final blog – reflecting on my time as chair of the CIH Scotland Board

In this new blog, Esther Wilson picks out some of the highights during her time as chair of the CIH Scotland Board.

17 Dec 2021 | About CIH | Building new homes | Career development | Health | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

Looking back – The Welsh housing landscape in 2021

CIH Cymru policy and public affairs manager, Matthew Kennedy takes some time to reflect on the past year, and looks forward at what might be for housing in 2022.

17 Dec 2021 | Building new homes | Building safety and housing management | Tenants and residents

Supply chain challenges affecting housing

CIH Cymru student placement reviews the recent findings of Tyfu Tai Cymru research focussing on issues in housing supply chains.

17 Dec 2021 | About CIH | Career development | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

Looking back at 2021- CIH Northern Ireland

Heather Wilson, policy and engagement manager for Northern Ireland, takes a look back at the work of CIH in NI over the past year, and what our members can expect to see in the year ahead.

16 Dec 2021 | Building safety and housing management | Climate and sustainability | Tenants and residents

Did 2021 give us the green light for the green agenda?

CIH policy and public affairs officer, Alexandra Gibson takes a look back at the progress we've made towards climate and sustainability throughout 2021.

15 Dec 2021 | Affordability and benefits | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

Could building social rented homes save the government money?

CIH senior policy officer John Perry and Sam Lister policy and practice officer look back on the social housing sector throughout 2021.

15 Dec 2021 | About CIH

Celebrating the life of Bennie Duncan Matheson Affleck MBE FCIH MRSH

Sharing more about Bennie’s incredible life and exceptional achievements, his daughter-in-law, Sandy Affleck writes for CIH.

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