Chartered Institute of Housing’s (CIH) Scotland Housing Awards for excellence in housing have been announced at a special ceremony at the DoubleTree Hilton in Glasgow on Thursday 25 November 2021.
In this joint report by CIH Cymru and Public Health Wales this Housing Impact Assessment provides an overview of how the COVID-19 pandemic has impact housing insecurity.
Yn yr adroddiad ar y cyd hwn gan CIH Cymru ac Iechyd Cyhoeddus Cymru mae'r Asesiad Hwn o'r Effaith ar Iechyd yn rhoi trosolwg o sut mae pandemig COVID-19 yn cael effaith ar ansicrwydd tai.
Rachael Williamson joined the Chartered Institute of Housing as our new head of policy and external affairs.
Three new members will be appointed to the CIH Scotland Board as John Kerr, Margaret Moore and current Chair Esther Wilson are due to step down having all served the maximum two terms.
The winners of the Chartered Institute of Housing’s (CIH) Northern Housing Awards for excellence in housing have been announced at an awards ceremony in the Hilton Gateshead, on 18 November .
Northern Ireland Executive has agreed to extend the current welfare mitigation package, and close loopholes that have to date plunged a number of welfare recipients further into poverty.
This extension to the professional standards is incredible and will help guide modern housing professionals on their career journey.
This stark research from Tyfu Tai Cymru reveals the stark nature of supply chain challenges facing the housing sector in Wales.
Mae'r ymchwil llwm hwn gan Tyfu Tai Cymru yn datgelu natur amlwg yr heriau yn y gadwyn gyflenwi sy'n wynebu'r sector tai yng Nghymru.
Find out more about the new appointments for CIH Scotland.
CIH Scotland raised concerns about the scope and costs of the proposals and lack of clarity on how the housing sector will be involved in the new structure.
Earlier today (27 October 2021) the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak delivered his Autumn Budget and Spending Review to Parliament.
Ahead of the UN climate change conference, COP26, four housing and communities bodies have united to work towards a strategy to improve energy efficiency in Northern Ireland homes.
The funding will be given to councils in England to support low-income earners in rent arrears – helping to prevent homelessness and support families get back on their feet.