CIH's Alexandra Gibson highlights why Band D social homes should be eligible for funding under ECO4 if we are to reach new statutory fuel poverty targets 2025.
From interpersonal skills to coaching experience, being a mentor is a fantastic way to develop yourself and provide support to others.
This is the second update from the National Housing and Dementia Forum co-chaired by CIH Scotland and the University of Stirling's Dementia Services Development Centre.
In this blog, Heather Wilson reviews the current ‘notice to quit’ legislation in Northern Ireland and the potential changes that could lie ahead for tenants and landlords.
CIH's Hannah Keilloh gives an overview of the key elements that have changed in the National Planning Policy Framework.
CIH London board member Daniel Revell-Wiseman shares more about his life experiences and the importance of being part of CIH's equality, diversity and inclusion group.
CIH's Niki Walton reflects on her experience completing the Level 5 Diploma in Housing.
In this blog, Ashley Campbell explains why CIH Scotland has supported the publication of new guidance to help housong practitioners understand the asylum process in the UK.
Mercy Denedo and Amanze Ejiogu discuss their recent report investigating the origins of and motivators behind the stigma attached to social housing in England.
Futr, sponsors of our new Housing management summit share more about their work and why they're excited to be joining the housing sector on our digital journey.
After attending a webinar on compassion fatigue earlier this year, CIH fellow Maggie Shannon share some important learning for the sector.
In this blog, the co-chairs of Scotland's new National Housing and Dementia Forum give a summary of what they have heard from participants so far.
Join CIH Northern Ireland's research into private tenancies and 'notice to quit'.
Zillah Moore, director at Tunstall Healthcare, discusses the impact that COVID has had on supported housing, and whether it will be the catalyst for an increase in investment in technology.
Metropolitan Thames Valley chair, Althea Efunshile discusses the importance in delivering quality customer service in order to build and maintain trust with residents.