28 Mar 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability | Homelessness

Further action needs to sustain social housing momentum

Reflecting on the UK Housing Review 2022, CIH Cymru welcomes both progress and the ambition to deliver social housing but warns that momentum must continue.

28 Mar 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Building new homes

UK Housing Review gives warning on future of 43,000 Housing Executive homes

Structural funding problems continue to hinder the Housing Executive’s ability to invest in its homes, according to the Chartered Institute of Housing’s annual UK Housing Review 2022.

23 Mar 2022 | About CIH | Affordability and benefits | Climate and sustainability | Tenants and residents

CIH responds to Chancellor's Spring Statement

We are disappointed that measures announced today will not come close to bridging the gap between what the lowest income households have and what they need

16 Mar 2022 | About CIH | Equality, diversity and inclusion

CIH invests in Welsh language

We’re pleased to share that the CIH website is now fully bilingual meaning members in Wales can access content through Welsh and English.

16 Mar 2022 | About CIH | Equality, diversity and inclusion

CIH yn buddsoddi yn y Gymraeg

Mae’n bleser gennym rannu bod ein gwefan bellach yn gwbl ddwyieithog sy’n golygu bod aelodau yng Nghymru yn gallu cyrchu cynnwys yn Gymraeg a Saesneg.

15 Mar 2022 | Health | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

UK Covid-19 Inquiry to include consideration of housing and homelessness

The Government has now published the draft terms of reference for the UK Covid-19 Inquiry.

15 Mar 2022 | About CIH | Tenants and residents

CIH responds to Homes for Ukraine scheme launch

The new scheme supporting UK householders to host refugees is a positive step, but we have significant concerns about implementation.

15 Mar 2022 | About CIH | Affordability and benefits | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability | Homelessness | Tenants and residents

CIH’s submission to the Chancellor’s March 2022 Budget

Explore our full submission to the Chancellor’s March 2022 Spring Budget.

11 Mar 2022

UK Housing Review 2022 shows millions of households could be plunged into fuel poverty unless government acts to address spiralling costs and energy inefficiency

Analysis for the upcoming UK Housing Review shows low-income households are bearing the brunt of rising inflation and face being plunged into poverty if Government does not intervene.

10 Mar 2022 | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability | Homelessness

Local government candidates urged to ‘Think Housing’

Ahead of the local government election in May, CIH Cymru calls on candidates to put the work of the housing sector at the forefront of their priorities.

10 Mar 2022 | Building new homes | Climate and sustainability | Homelessness

Annog ymgeiswyr llywodraeth leol i 'Feddwl am Dai'

Cyn yr etholiad llywodraeth leol ym mis Mai, mae CIH Cymru yn galw ar ymgeiswyr i roi gwaith y sector tai ar flaen eu blaenoriaethau.

10 Mar 2022

CIH joins End Fuel Poverty Coalition to call for urgent Government action on spiralling energy bills.

One in three households in Britain could be left facing fuel poverty if the Ukraine invasion pushes the average energy bill to £3,000 a year.

08 Mar 2022 | About CIH | Affordability and benefits | Tenants and residents

UK Housing Review 2022 shows England’s Right to Buy is a “strategic failure” and will exacerbate inequalities if left unchecked

New research revealed in the upcoming 2022 UK Housing Review has shed further light on the impact of the Right to Buy in England.

04 Mar 2022 | Affordability and benefits | Climate and sustainability | Tenants and residents

CIH calls for action on retrofitting homes in light of rising heating costs

Our members have raised the rising cost of living as one of the most pressing issues for tenants and communities.

01 Mar 2022 | Regulation and legal

CIH Scotland announces appointment of Indigo House to evaluate the impact of letting agent CPD

A review of existing qualifaication and CPD requirements for letting agents in Scotland has been commissioned anf will be carried out by Indigo House consultants.

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