The Scottish Government published the Infrastructure Investment Plan on 4 February 2021.
The draft Scottish Budget for 2021-22 was announced on 28 January.
We're delighted to announce the shortlisted nominees for CIH's all-Ireland housing awards 2021.
During a debate in the House of Lords, Home Office ministers were unwilling to accept amendment to the Domestic Abuse Bill and grant a one year grace period from the benefit cap.
A joint letter sent to Cabinet Secretary for Finance, Kate Forbes ahead of this week's Scottish Government budget announcement calls for commitment to a new affordable housing aupply programme.
Detailing wide ranging reform to building safety, the Welsh Government's new white paper outlines clear changes intended to impact all aspect of building and managing homes.
Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) president Aileen Evans has launched a new Shine a Light report based on research carried out by De Montfort University.
CIH Scotland is delighted to announce the shortlisted nominees for the 2021 Scotland housing awards.
CIH Cymru respond to the Welsh Government's draft budget for 2021-22
The GERN Committee is focused on improving equality, diversity and inclusion within CIH to enrich the diversity of thought and represent our members.
Housing Futures Cymru publish their asks of the next Welsh Government ahead of the Senedd election in 2021.
Lansiwyd Dyfodol Tai Cymru eu gofynion o lywodraeth nesa yng Nghymru wrth i etholiad y Senedd yn 2021 agosáu.
Earlier today, new measures to level up England’s cities, recover from the pandemic and help provide much-needed new homes were set out by housing secretary, Robert Jenrick.
A new report makes recommendations that social landlords use a human rights approach to improve housing outcomes for women and children experiencing domestic abuse.
The campaign to recognise housing as a fundamental right in Wales has been boosted by the backing of key signatories.