19 Oct 2021 | About CIH

New members join CIH professional standards committee

We’re delighted to announce that we have now appointed six new members to our professional standards committee.

19 Oct 2021

CIH responds to the governments Heat and Buildings Strategy

On 18 October 2021 the government outlined plans within the long-awaited Heat and Buildings Strategy. Read our response here.

18 Oct 2021 | About CIH | Homelessness

CIH and Centre for Homelessness Impact report looks at major savings in housing sector

This new report highlights that money spent on housing support could be used more effectively:

14 Oct 2021 | Building new homes

Leadership at all levels vital throughout and beyond COVID-19

CIH Cymru highlight the need to develop leadership at all levels of the profession as the sector emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.

14 Oct 2021 | Building new homes

Mae arweinyddiaeth ar bob lefel yn hanfodol drwy gydol a thu hwnt i COVID-19

Mae'r sefydliad tai siartredig yn tynnu sylw at yr angen i ddatblygu arweinyddiaeth ar bob lefel o'r proffesiwn wrth i'r sector ddod i'r amlwg o bandemig COVID-19.

13 Oct 2021

CIH Northern Awards shortlist announced

We are delighted to announce the shortlisted nominees for the 2021 Northern Awards, which will take place in Gateshead on 18 November 2021.

12 Oct 2021 | About CIH | Homelessness

CIH and Homeless Link pilot an accredited qualification for the homelessness sector

This week, CIH and Homeless Link welcome the first two groups of learners onto their new joint Level 3 qualification in Supporting Homeless People.

07 Oct 2021 | Tenants and residents

CIH Scotland Housing Awards shortlist announced

Recognising innovations that have made a positive difference and sharing incredible best practice from across the sector.

05 Oct 2021 | Affordability and benefits | Health | Homelessness | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

CIH Northern Ireland calls for the reinstatement of the £20-per-week Universal Credit uplift among other measures to protect tenants from financial hardship

In our latest publication, we have outlined a series of changes to welfare payments to protect tenants from financial hardship this autumn.

04 Oct 2021 | Affordability and benefits | Tenants and residents

Angen gweithredu ar frys i osgoi caledi ariannol yn yr hydref

Mae’r Sefydliad Tai Siartredig Cymru yn galw am gyfres o newidiadau i daliadau lles yr hydref hwn i amddiffyn tenantiaid rhag caledi ariannol.

04 Oct 2021 | Affordability and benefits | Health | Homelessness | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

CIH issues ‘cliff edge’ warning to government

In our latest publication, we have outlined a series of changes to welfare payments to protect tenants from financial hardship this autumn.

04 Oct 2021 | Affordability and benefits | Homelessness | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

CIH Scotland calls for long-term support for people at risk of homelessness post-pandemic

Thousands of households across the UK face a 'cliff edge' following the withdrawl of support.

01 Oct 2021

Chartered Institute of Housing’s Welsh Housing Awards 2021 winners announced

Recognising the creativity and passion of housing individuals and organisations across Wales, sharing best practice and incredible innovations.

01 Oct 2021 | Affordability and benefits | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability | Health | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

CIH calls on the Government to take drastic action to tackle ongoing housing crisis

Our submission to the Comprehensive Spending Review ensure that homes, and the people who live in them, are at the heart of post-COVID green economic recovery plans.

01 Oct 2021 | Building new homes | Homelessness | Regulation and legal | Tenants and residents

Back the Bill campaign launches major research into right to housing in Wales

The Back the Bill campaign has commissioned Alma Economics to undertake a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis of introducing a right to adequate housing in Wales.

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