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The Building Safety White paper sets out a wide range of reforms to building safety in Wales - read out full response that draws on the experiences and expertise of professionals across the sector.
An updated version of our factsheet on steps to take in supported housing to ensure the welfare of residents during the pandemic.
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. This member briefing summarises the main proposals.
Read the detail of CIH Northern Ireland's consultation response to the Programme for Government draft Outcomes Framework 2021.
This is a response to the consultation carried out by the Northern Ireland Executive on the draft Outcomes Framework for the Programme for Government.
An update to the Factsheet from the Coronavirus series, following the 2021 Budget announcement.
The UK Internal market act could have a wide range of implications for trade between UK nations. Get the latest insight on the implication in this briefing by the Institute for Government.
In December 2020, the UK Internal market act passed into law. The act attempts to eliminate trade barriers between UK nations following the UK departure from the EU’s Single Market and Customs Union on 1st January 2021.
Community Housing Cymru, Scottish Federation of Housing Associations and Chartered Institute of Housing commissioned the Institute for Government to provide a briefing to outline the impact of the final act on the devolved settlement, with an exploration of some of the types of issues that could be affected, including construction.
This member briefing summarises the recommendations of Scotland's Prevention Review Group which was established to consider options to introduce legal duties for local authorities or other public bodies to prevent homelessness.
Read the detail of CIH North Ireland's response to draft 2021-22 budget proposals by the Department of Finance.
This is a response to the consultation by the Department of Finance on the 21-22 Draft Budget by CIH Northern Ireland. In our response to the consultation, CIH Northern Ireland made clear its firm view that social justice should be at the heart of the 21/22 budget, by ensuring funding is appropriately targeted at those sectors and groups in greatest need.