Rethinking social housing Northern Ireland summary report, published by the Chartered Institute of Housing and principally sponsored by the Department for Communities
Rethinking social housing Northern Ireland final report, published by the Chartered Institute of Housing and principally sponsored by the Department for Communities.
New homes must be the right type, in the right place, at prices people on the lowest incomes can afford and flexible enough to meet the changing needs of residents and their families
Read the full 'Rethinking social housing Northern Ireland' report, that sets out tangible steps towards ensuring everyone can access a safe, affordable and comfortable place to call home.
The final report following CIH's project looking at what the provision of social homes should look like as the national housing situation continues to worsen.
New approaches to housing management flows from our 2018 Rethinking social housing research which explored what social housing is, the role it plays and who it is for.
We are the public voice on housing, drawing on the views and experience of our members to shape the debate and the future of housing policy.
14 Apr 2021
CIH's Sarah Davis discusses our existing work and upcoming webinar with See the Person to address the stigma that many housing tenants and residents face.
17 Sep 2019
Rules and processes designed to decide who gets access to social housing could be failing people in greatest need, according to new CIH research.