On the first anniversary of the death of George Floyd, the Chartered Institute of Housing has issued the following statement.
CIH Northern Ireland are seeking the views of members to help formulate our response to the new housing supply strategy
Find out how you can submit a nomination to become the next CIH vice-president or apply for a place on CIH's governing board.
CIH Scotland has responded to the Scottish Governent's consultation on a draft Heat in Buildings Strategy.
A cross-industry steering group, which included CIH, has highlighted a significant disparity between public perception and what’s actually on offer at retirement housing schemes.
Meet CIH Scotland's new board member, Moira Nisbet.
The supply of social rented homes has fallen by almost 210,000 in England between 2012 and 2020, according to the UK Housing Review 2021.
Capital investment in new social and affordable housing has steadily increased, rising by almost £43 million in Northern Ireland between 2012 and 2020 according to the UK Housing Review 2021.
The latest UK Housing Review provides some significant insights into housing in Wales revealing the need to address the undersupply of affordable housing.
The CIH UK Housing Review 2021 has reported that if the Scottish Government’s current social housing target is achieved, net growth in Scotland’s social housing stock will be around 25,000 homes.
Legislation has been passed giving more powers to police, courts and social landlords to protect people at risk of domestic abuse.
The Chartered Institute of Housing has introduced set of professional standards setting out the knowledge, skills and behaviour which underpin the great work that housing professionals do every day.
Mae'r safonau'n nodi saith nodwedd broffesiynol sy'n annog unigolion i fyfyrio ar eu hanghenion datblygu proffesiynol ac adnabod y meysydd lle gallant wneud newidiadau cadarnhaol.
The Scottish Government has launched its new strategy on the long-term future of the housing sector, setting out its priorities for Housing to 2040.
Earlier today, chancellor Rishi Sunak addressed the House of Commons to deliver his 2021 Budget statement.