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We set out our proposals to address some of the critical housing issues facing our country.
CIH's response follows consultation with members and partners, including input from tenants. The submission records the responses made via the RSH’s online survey.
CIH’s response to the Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) on their proposed Tenant Satisfaction Measures and draft Standard has been shaped by consultation with members and partners, including input from tenants. The submission records the responses made via the RSH’s online survey.
CIH welcomes the opportunity to respond to the consultation on the Housing Supply Strategy. In recognition of a number of notable changes made to the final strategy,
This publication is a response to the consultation by the Department for Communities on the Housing Supply Strategy.
This publication outlines four high level priority statements for housing and homelessness that require political commitment in the coming mandate.
This publication provides a round up of recent Scottish briefings, consultation responses and member updates.
This briefing provides a summary of the Levelling Up White Paper, the most significant announcements and CIH's initial response.
This report commissioned by CIH Scotland and conducted by Newhaven Research sets out practical steps for landlords to progress the right to adequate housing.
Summary of the report commissioned by CIH Scotland and conducted by Newhaven Research sets out practical steps that landlords can take to progress the right to adequate housing.
This CIH member briefing provides a summary of the Scottish Government and COSLA consultation on the introduction of new statutory duties to prevent homelessness in Scotland.
Response to the consultation by the Scottish Parliament’s Net Zero, Energy and Transport Committee on the role of local authorities in supporting the target to reach net-zero emissions by 2045.
This is a response to the consultation by the Scottish Parliament’s Finance and Public Administration Committee on the Scottish Government’s Resource Spending Review Framework.
Providing evidence to the Senedd Social Justice Committee, read CIH Cymru's complete response outlining the challenges of improving homes whilst reducing fuel poverty.
We have pulled together a summary of the documentation introducing the draft tenant satisfaction measures and context across all the documents for convenience.
This document sets out the scope for research into the impact of mandatory qualifications for letting agents that operate in Scotland.
Responding to a call for evidence from the Senedd Housing and Local Government committee read CIH Cymru's full response outlining the challenges of second homes.