Image Promo description

Register to use our site and access free newsletters, book events and lots more.

You don't have to be a member to use our site. Already registered? Login here

Become a member today

The Chartered Institute of Housing is the independent voice for housing and the home of professional standards

Press releases

Read our latest news and access an archive of our press releases from across the UK. If you would like more information on anything you have read please contact our press team.

Sort by:Title |Date descending |Date ascending

12,000 younger Scots face up to £8.6m rent shortfall from LHA cap, new report confirms 

Around 12,000 mainstream social tenants across Scotland aged under 35 could collectively face an annual rent affordability gap of between £5.3 million and £8.6 million when a UK Government cap on housing benefit (or the housing element of Universal Credit) for social housing tenants at Local Housing Allowance (LHA) rates comes into force in April 2019.


Press release

2011 CIH Scotland annual charity golf tournament 

CIH Scotland and Tollcross Housing Association are pleased to invite entries for the CIH Scotland Annual Charity Golf Tournament, to raise funds for The Simon Community. The Tournament is kindly being supported by CCG (Scotland) Ltd.


Press release

2012 CIH Housing Awards Celebrate Excellence and Achievement in the Sector 

Nelson McCausland MLA, Minister for Social Development, joined Robin Lawler, President of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH), on Friday night (February 24) to recognise a year of endeavour and achievement in the housing sector in Northern Ireland.


Press release

2017 Scottish Housing Day aims to help public make informed choices 

This year’s official Scottish Housing Day will take place on Thursday the 21st September, it has been announced.


Press release

2018 CIH Scotland Excellence Awards now open 

The 2018 CIH Scotland Excellence Awards, which recognise and celebrate the creativity, passion and innovation of housing organisations and individuals across the breadth of the sector in Scotland, are now open for applications.


Press release

2019 CIH Scotland Excellence Awards now open for applications 

The 2019 CIH Scotland Excellence Awards, which recognise and celebrate the creativity, passion and innovation of housing organisations and individuals across the breadth of the sector in Scotland, are now open for applications.


Press release

400,000 low income working families will be worse off with Universal Credit 

The findings of a CIH report estimate that 400,000 working families will have less income with Universal Credit in 2015 than they did in 2010, demonstrating that the government's aim for households to be better off in work than out of work under Universal Credit is not the case for all families.


Press release

50,000 affordable homes target will be challenging to meet - new CIH study  

There remains a real challenge for the Scottish government and the housing sector to deliver 50,000 affordable homes by March 2021 according to new analysis from the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).


Press release

A mix of private and social housing needed in new Northern Ireland developments 

New housing developments in Northern Ireland should have a mix of private and social housing, according to findings in a new Chartered Institute of Housing report.


Press release

Abolish right to buy with confidence, says CIH Scotland 

The Scottish Government can be confident that abolishing the right to buy is by far the better of the two main reform options they have proposed, according to CIH Scotland


Press release

Action needed on human and financial costs of poor housing 

The Presidents of the CIH and CIEH urge action to address the human and financial costs of poor housing.


Press release

ACTion programme launched to support groups of housing professionals and tenants to design local solutions 

CIH Cymru’s Tyfu Tai Cymru project has today launched a programme to help local groups of housing professionals and tenants overcome housing-related challenges. The ACTion programme will see groups select an issue identified at forums held by Tyfu Tai Cymru in 2018 where issues ranged from tackling empty properties to working more closely with health services. Applicants will undertake research with the support of the Tyfu Tai Cymru team and utilise this to inform the work of the wider sector and influence key decision-makers.


Press release

Action to tackle mortgage deposits problem is much needed, says CIH Scotland 

The Scottish Government’s announcement of £250,000 support for the development of a mortgage indemnity scheme for new build housing has been warmly welcomed by CIH Scotland. The funding is being provided to industry body Homes for Scotland to enable it to work with house builders and lenders to help bring down deposits to more manageable levels.


Press release

Adaptations reversal welcome but funding cut disappointing, says CIH Scotland 

The Scottish Government’s decision to reverse the demand for RSLs to fund the first £1,000 of every structural adaptation has been welcomed by CIH Scotland, but CIH says that disappointment remains that the overall funding cut from around £9.5m to £8m stays in place.


Press release

Additional investment must be tempered by reality of decarbonisation cost  

The Welsh Government has today introduced its draft budget for 2020-2021, announcing major investment to support organisation to achieve its 20,000 affordable homes target. For housing the budget brought with it an additional £48m in Social Housing Grant alongside £50m for the housing loans programme and £25million for the Innovative Housing Programme to support organisations with decarbonisation, and further funding for land release, town centre regeneration and modular building.


Press release

Adolygu'r cyflenwad tai fforddiadwy - map o'r llwybr i sicrwydd ariannu a fforddadwyedd? 

Heddiw mae panel annibynnol adolygu'r cyflenwad tai fforddiadwy wedi rhyddhau ei argymhellion yn sgil x mis o waith ennyn diddordeb budd-ddeiliaid ar draws y sector. Mae'r adolygiad wedi gweithio ar draws nifer o ffrydiau gwaith ar y cyd gydag arbenigwyr wrth ystyried y cyflenwad o dir, tai blaengar a mesur yr angen am dai.


Press release

Advisers get clearer view of migrant rights 

A newly revised website that gives clear guidance on the housing rights of new migrants is formally launched today (6 October).


Press release

Affordability now biggest barrier to a vibrant housing market says new CIH Northern Ireland chair 

Affordability - both in the private housing and social housing sector - is now the biggest barrier to people being able to live in the homes of their choice - that was the message this morning from Radius Housing Director of Communities Eileen Patterson as she took up the reins as the new Chair of the Northern Ireland Board of the Chartered Institute of Housing.


Press release

Affordable housing supply review – a route map to increased funding certainty and affordability? 

The independent affordable housing supply review panel has today released its recommendations following almost a year of work engaging with stakeholders from across the sector.


Press release

Aileen Evans wins CIH vice presidential election 

Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) members have chosen Aileen Evans as the organisation’s next vice president.


Press release

Alastair Campbell to speak at major housing conference in the Eastern region 

Alastair Campbell, former director of Communications and Strategy for Tony Blair, will be presenting a keynote session at the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Eastern conference on 10th November.


Press release

Alex Neil to address April conference on Housing and Dementia 

Alex Neil, cabinet secretary for health and wellbeing, is to address CIH Scotland’s conference on Housing and Dementia on 29 April in Edinburgh.


Press release

Alison Inman awarded honorary CIH membership 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has awarded honorary membership to Alison Inman, Chair of the National Federation of ALMOs (NFA).


Press release

Alison Seabeck and Michael Portillo to speak at South West housing conference 

Local MP and social housing campaigner Alison Seabeck tops the bill with former MP Michael Portillo at this year’s Chartered Institute in the South West (CIH SW) annual housing event which is being held at The Palace Hotel in Torquay from 6 to 8 April.


Press release

Alison Seabeck questions the government’s lack of vision on affordable housing 

Alison Seabeck, Shadow Housing Minister and MP for Plymouth lived up to her reputation as a great campaigner for affordable housing in her keynote speech to delegates at the Chartered Institute of Housing in the South West Housing Event which took place in Torquay on 8 April 2011.


Press release

All 2020 CIH events to become virtual summits – statement from CIH chief executive, Gavin Smart 

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present us with new challenges every day that many of us are working hard to overcome. The future is uncertain, and we don’t know as yet when the UK’s lockdown will be fully lifted, so it’s important for all of us to do what we can to keep ourselves and the communities we serve safe. We said at the beginning of March that the top priority for CIH will always be the safety and wellbeing of our members, customers, and colleagues. With this in mind, we have taken the decision to move all the face-to-face events we had scheduled for the remainder of 2020 online, to our new virtual platform. We also won’t be hosting any of our annual award ceremonies for the remainder of 2020.


Press release

Alliance sets out pathway to zero carbon homes by 2045 

The Existing Homes Alliance Scotland has today (5 September) published a report setting out a credible pathway to making all homes in Scotland zero carbon by 2045.


Press release

Angela overcomes dyslexia to become top UK housing student 

Angela Gilraine, a concierge working for Birmingham City Council, has received the prestigious Student of the Year Award from the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).


Press release

Anger as housing takes brunt of the cuts 

Housing campaigners in Scotland were united yesterday in their condemnation of the cuts imposed on social housing budgets in Finance Secretary, John Swinney’s Scottish budget.


Press release

Assembly Committee calls for better leadership and monitoring of WHQS 

The National Assembly for Wales yesterday published the Public Accounts Committee report following its inquiry into the Auditor General’s report, ‘Progress in delivering the Welsh Housing Quality Standard’, published in January 2012.


Press release

Bedroom Tax Guidance from CIH Scotland 

Practical preparations for the bedroom tax and the reforms that follow it are the focus of new guidance published today by CIH Scotland. Undertaken with financial support from the Scottish Government, the free guidance is aimed at supporting landlords in the crucial preparations needed to assess and then try to limit the impact of the reforms on tenants and landlords.


Press release

Bedroom tax is a cut not a reform, CIH Scotland tells UK Parliament 

The bedroom tax should not be thought of as a ‘welfare reform’ but simply as a cost-saving measure, CIH Scotland will tell the UK Parliament today. CIH Scotland is at Westminster to give evidence to the Scottish Affairs Committee’s Inquiry into the Bedroom Tax.


Press release

Bedroom tax proposals welcomed by CIH NI 

Proposals to provide full financial support for people affected by the bedroom tax have been welcomed by the Chartered Institute of Housing Northern Ireland (CIH NI).


Press release

Bedroom Tax – Can Reclassifying Property Size Help? 

Some social landlords may have scope to reclassify the size of particular properties to help avoid the bedroom tax, but it is unlikely to be the answer in more than a small minority of cases, CIH Scotland has said.


Press release

Benefit changes present greatest challenge to housing sector – says CIH president  

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) president, Robin Lawler, last night (February 8) deemed welfare reform the greatest challenge to the housing sector, calling for a “huge collective capacity to cope with its effects on UK households.”


Press release

Benefit cuts for under-25s promoting myth and misunderstanding, says CIH Scotland 

Proposals to cut housing benefit for the under 25s are based on huge misconceptions about the actual living circumstances of younger people, according to the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland.


Press release

Benefit freeze puts private renting out of reach for low-income tenants and risks fuelling homelessness 

• Private renters on low incomes face gaps of up to £1000 a year between housing benefit and cheapest rents. • Benefit freeze putting thousands at risk of poverty and homelessness and should be ended says CIH


Press release

Benefit freeze puts private renting out of reach for low-income tenants and risks fuelling homelessness 

Even the lowest private rents are now out of reach for people on low incomes – putting thousands at increased risk of homelessness.


Press release

Benefit reforms impact ‘worse for Wales’ 

CIH research estimates that 30,640 homes in Wales will be put out of reach of people on housing benefit as a result of changes brought in by the UK Government in 2012.


Press release

Best in housing celebrated at annual awards 

People who work in housing and homelessness across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland have been recognised for their contribution to local communities at a prestigious awards ceremony.


Press release

Best in housing celebrated at annual awards night 

Housing professionals and organisations are recognised at awards ceremony for their contributions to local communities.


Press release

Best in housing celebrated at CIH housing awards 2019 

People who work in housing and homelessness across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland have been recognised for their contribution to local communities and the wider economy, at the prestigious CIH Housing Awards 2019, held at Titanic Belfast on Friday 22 February.


Press release

Birmingham City Council and CIH sign strategic partnership 

Birmingham City Council (BCC) and the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) have entered into a long-term agreement to support the learning and development of hundreds of the Council’s employees responsible for the city’s housing stock and services.


Press release

Birmingham City Council Municipal Housing Trust wins leading UK award 

Birmingham City Council has won the overall prize at the UK Housing Awards.


Press release

Bleak future for people in housing need, says CIH Scotland 

Although the Scottish Government’s published figures suggest a 4% cut in the new supply programme, the cut is nearer 35% when the £118m taken from this year’s programme into 2009/10 is factored in, says CIH Scotland.


Press release

Brexit vote 'puts new housing targets at risk' - new CIH Scotland survey 

Housing professionals in Scotland fear the UK’s recent Brexit vote could put the Scottish Government’s affordable housing targets out of reach – according to a new survey by CIH Scotland.


Press release

Britain's broken housing market is not being fixed 

CIH in partnership with NHF and Shelter have today (May 17) generated a huge media interest following the publication of our hard hitting Housing Report. See our coverage below.


Press release

Budget 2017: impact for Wales 

Reacting to the Chancellor's announcements CIH Cymru examined the impact of the budget on Welsh housing.


Press release

Budget 2020 - CIH reaction 

Responding to the Chancellor’s Budget announcement, CIH chief executive Gavin Smart said: “Today’s Budget announcement includes some important measures to tackle our housing crisis. We are pleased that the Chancellor agrees with us that to deal with the crisis housing needs long-term attention and investment from government. A £12.2 billion multi-year extension to the affordable homes programme will give some certainty - we hope this will include significant funding for homes at social rents, so that we build the truly affordable homes we so badly need.


Press release

Budget 2020 – CIH welcomes help for council house-building 

In response to the Chancellor’s decision to cut the cost of borrowing for councils to build more homes CIH chief executive Gavin Smart said: “Back in January we identified a number of barriers that were stopping councils building badly needed new homes. The recent increase in Public Works Loan Board interest rates was one of those, and we urged government to reconsider its decision.


Press release

Budget could mean further squeeze on grant rates, says CIH Scotland 

The Scottish Government’s assertion that its housing supply target can be met despite huge funding cuts announced in the spending plans suggests that grant rates may be squeezed even further, according to CIH Scotland.


Press release

Budget plans are very good news for affordable housing, says CIH Scotland 

The Scottish Government’s provisional announcement of a £390m budget for affordable housing supply in 2015/16 has been warmly welcomed by CIH Scotland.


Press release

Budget’s Extra Housing Funding Welcomed by CIH Scotland 

CIH Scotland has warmly welcomed the addition of £87m housing expenditure to the budget for the next three years.


Press release

Build homes, build communities, build the economy 

A group of Scotland’s most senior housing experts has written to First Minister Alex Salmond urging him to continue to prioritise housing, pointing out that the number of new homes is falling as demand is rising.


Press release

Building Successful Communities - The Excellence in Regeneration Award 2013 

Submit a nomination by 12 December and make sure your regeneration project gets a chance to claim the wider recognition it deserves!


Press release

Building sustainable housing markets 

A new book called Building Sustainable Housing Markets aims to find out if the Housing Market Renewal Pathfinders have done what they were set-up for.


Press release

Building the foundations for healthy housing 

Good housing is fundamental for our health and wellbeing and has an important influence on health outcomes through the effects of quality, cost, fuel poverty and the role of housing in community life.


Press release

Cadarn Housing Group wins housing heroes award 

A South Wales housing organisation – Cadarn Housing Group – has won a prestigious prize at the UK Housing Heroes Awards in London today.


Press release

Call for sector to deliver housing pact to next government 

The UK’s largest housing conference and exhibition is being transformed to maximise its influence on the next UK Government.


Press release

Call to come clean on 'affordable' housing 

The Scottish Government is being warned that it needs to be more honest about what its funding of new social rented housing can actually provide.


Press release

Calls for more housing to address chronic homelessness 

More housing should be provided to support a pioneering scheme to address homelessness in Northern Ireland, according to the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).


Press release

Can do approach creates over 2,500 job and training opportunities 

A pioneering scheme that aims to create job and training opportunities is a big success according to a report published today. (Thursday, March 22)


Press release

Catch up still needed in Affordable Housing Supply Programme, says CIH Scotland 

The latest housing supply figures from the Scottish Government appear to show a worrying rate of approvals and starts in the Affordable Housing Supply Programme, according to CIH Scotland.


Press release

Caution urged on ‘mitigating’ impact of welfare reforms 

The Scottish Parliament’s report on how Scotland can deal with the UK Government’s welfare reforms is very welcome, but caution is needed in not raising expectations that the worst impacts of the reforms can be mitigated, says CIH Scotland.


Press release

Champions of tenant learning receive recognition 

The first five housing employees in the country to receive a licence to assess tenants on a national qualification were presented with their certificates at Wakefield District Housing (WDH) on 6th September.


Press release

Changes to housing benefit to make to a third of England unaffordable for low income households in a decade  

Government plans to change the way housing benefit is calculated will price low income households out of a third of local authorities in England and push them away from areas with higher employment, new analysis by Shelter and the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) reveals.


Press release

Charter challenges remain, says CIH Scotland 

The draft Scottish Social Housing Charter due to be published by the Scottish Government in summer will need to go further than originally envisaged, says CIH Scotland.


Press release

Charter process needs more focus, says CIH Scotland 

The process for developing the Scottish Social Housing Charter is a long drawn out one and needs a sharper focus, according to CIH Scotland.


Press release

Chartered Institute of Housing appoints new director in Wales 

A new director for Wales has been appointed by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). Matt Dicks will take up his new role in early 2017.


Press release

Chartered Institute of Housing appoints new lead in Scotland 

A new national director has been appointed for the Chartered Institute of Housing in Scotland.


Press release

Chartered Institute of Housing calls on NI government and landlords to act now to avoid post-lockdown evictions spike 

CIH Northern Ireland has today published proposals aimed at avoiding a potentially disastrous spike in evictions once the current protections end.


Press release

Chartered Institute of Housing celebrates 2014 award winners at Belfast City Hall 

The outstanding contribution that housing makes to our communities was celebrated at an annual awards ceremony this week.


Press release

Chartered Institute of Housing makes key appointments to Scotland team 

Professional body the Chartered Institute of Housing has started 2018 by making two key appointments to its team in Scotland.


Press release

Chartered Institute of Housing NI welcomes extension of bedroom tax mitigations  

The announcement by communities minister Deirdre Hargey MLA for plans to extend the welfare mitigations to the bedroom tax beyond March 2020 will come as a welcome development to both tenants and social housing providers in Northern Ireland, according to CIH Northern Ireland policy manager Heather Wilson.


Press release

Chartered Institute of Housing says NIHE rent increases will improve the quality of social homes  

CIH Northern Ireland has said that the incoming modest rise in Housing Executive rents is a crucial move that will help improve the quality of social homes.


Press release

Child poverty plan needs more focus on housing 

Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Scotland deputy director Callum Chomczuk argues that the housing sector has a critical role to play in ending child poverty and making Scotland a country where everyone has the chance of a decent and secure life.


Press release

Chinese vip delegation visits CIH in Coventry 

A delegation led by the President of the China Property Management Institute spent a morning at the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) in Coventry on 24 September to learn more about the state of housing in the UK.


Press release

Choice based lettings could tackle housing inequality 

Commenting on the Equality in housing and communities report published today by the Equality Commission, Nicola McCrudden, Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) director for Northern Ireland said: “Tackling housing inequality is fundamentally about building more homes, but we also need to look at how social homes are allocated. The current system can restrict a tenant’s choice to small and often segregated areas.


Press release

Christie commission’s message on preventative support welcomed by CIH Scotland 

The Christie Commission’s focus on the critical importance of housing support and other preventative services is very welcome, says CIH Scotland. The Commission’s report says that 40% of public money in Scotland is spent on social problems which could have been prevented in the first place.


Press release

Christmas bonus for affordable housing welcomed by CIH Scotland 

The Scottish Government announcement yesterday of additional funding for capital projects that has been made available to Scotland will provide a welcome additional boost to affordable housing, says CIH Scotland. As part of a £205 million package of construction and maintenance projects announced on Tuesday, £50m was awarded for affordable housing over the three year period to 2014/15.


Press release

CIH and CIOB sign memorandum of understanding at Housing 2012 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) today signed a memorandum of understanding at Housing 2012 to recognise a suite of housing repair and asset management qualifications.


Press release

CIH and CITB-Construction Skills NI team up to promote retrofitting and healthier homes 

Chartered Institute of Housing in Northern Ireland (CIH) and the CITB-ConstructionSkills NI are joining forces to promote retrofitting and healthier homes.


Press release

CIH and habinteg housing join forces to champion disabled professionals 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and Habinteg Housing Association have joined forces to celebrate the achievements of the first intake of disabled trainees to enter the housing sector.


Press release

CIH and HCA to offer to help local authorities boost affordable home ownership 

Greater understanding of the mortgage market can help local authorities increase the number of families getting a foot on the property ladder through affordable home ownership options. That’s the joint message from the government’s Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) in a good practice note published today.


Press release

CIH and Housing Agency call for fewer empty homes 

The number of people on housing waiting lists means it is vital that local authorities and approved housing bodies do everything they can to make sure that homes are not lying empty, according to a new guide.


Press release

CIH and ICSH help housing professionals to get Ireland building 

Speaking after the presentation to learners who have completed the CIH certificate for the housing profession (equivalent to Level 6 on the Irish framework), CIH director for the Republic of Ireland Nicola McCrudden said: “Education and training plays a vital role in building more homes.


Press release

CIH and ITN Productions present 'Close to Home: Housing and Communities' 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) is working with ITN Productions to create a flagship industry news-style programme ‘Close to Home: Housing and Communities.’


Press release

CIH and NFA publish blueprint for tackling tenancy fraud 

The National Fraud Authority (NFA) and the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) today [16 December] published a blueprint for tackling social housing tenancy fraud, which takes up to 50,000 homes away from low income households and costs the public purse nearly £1 billion per year.


Press release

CIH and NHF highlight more support needed for rough sleepers as we emerge from COVID-19 

Today, in a joint letter to Luke Hall MP, the minister for rough sleeping, the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and National Housing Federation (NHF), have expressed concern about a serious obstacle in helping current and former rough sleepers to obtain longer-term housing and support. This occurs in cases where people are not entitled to housing and benefits and are therefore unable to pay for move-on accommodation.


Press release

CIH and NHH join forces to skill up staff 

A leading London housing provider has teamed up with the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) to invest thousands of pounds in training and development for its employees.


Press release

CIH and Ocean Media Group strengthen partnership 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and Ocean Media Group Ltd (OMG) have today entered into an agreement which strengthens the existing partnership and will enable delivery of an even stronger offer to the sector.


Press release

CIH and Orbit launch drive for change in housing sector 

CIH and Orbit Housing Group today (3 October) launched plans to encourage housing leaders to work together to transform the sector.


Press release

CIH announce death of Chief Executive 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) is saddened to announce the death of Sarah Webb, Chief Executive of CIH. This follows a period of ill health. Sarah passed away on Sunday 4th September and was surrounded by her family and close friends.


Press release

CIH announces candidates for Vice President 

The Chartered Institute of Housing has today announced the two candidates selected to run for the post of CIH Vice President for 2012.


Press release

CIH announces new director of policy and external affairs 

The Chartered Institute of Housing has appointed James Prestwich as its new director of policy and external affairs.


Press release

CIH announces strategic partnership with Arthur Cox 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) today announced the beginning of a new strategic relationship with Arthur Cox until June 2012. This is the first partnership arrangement of its kind for CIH in Northern Ireland, but follows a number of strategic partnerships it has with organisations in England, Scotland and Wales.


Press release

CIH annual conference and exhibition to move to Manchester Central from 2012 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and Ocean Media Group (OMG) Ltd have today announced a new venue and location for the CIH Annual Conference and Exhibition.


Press release

CIH applauds the Minister’s commitment to producing a housing strategy for Northern Ireland  

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has applauded Nelson McCausland, Minister for Social Development in Northern Ireland’s commitment to produce a housing strategy for Northern Ireland.


Press release

CIH appoints new chief executive 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) is delighted to announce the appointment of Grainia Long as its new Chief Executive.


Press release

CIH appoints new Deputy Chief Executive 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) is delighted to announce that Richard Capie, the current Director of Policy and Practice, has been appointed as Deputy Chief Executive.


Press release


Press office

Media enquiries - 24 hours:

Steve Mee - senior communications manager

07805 172909

Callum Chomczuk - Scotland
0131 221 7759

Matt Dicks - Wales
029 2076 5760
07827 805131

Justin Cartwright - Northern Ireland & ROI
028 9077 8222


Stay in touch

Email us, read our latest blog and follow us on twitter

Register now for news updates