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  • Welsh Housing Review 2015 Subscription

    16/09/2015Policy and practice

    This means that the money we make is put back into the organisation and funds the activities we carry out to support the housing sector. We have a diverse membership of people who work in both the public and private sectors, in 20 countries on five

  • Focus on influencing: May 2015 Subscription

    18/05/2015Policy and practice

    Melanie Rees & Sarah Davis met with Guinness to discuss housing tomorrows older people Sarah spoke to the rural housing alliance about election messages on rural housing Sarah attended a TCPA round table looking at person centred and social planning

  • Focus on influencing: February 2015 Subscription

    10/02/2015Policy and practice

    It originated from an early conversation between Domini Gunn, CIHs Director of health and wellbeing, and Jon Rouse Dept of Healths Director General of social care, local Government and Care partnerships. It has been some time in development but

  • The SW Other Housing Conference

    9 December 2014General

    Presentations Keynote: The modern housing professional and career development Steve Stride, CIH President James Caspell, Business Innovation Manager, Tower Hamlets Homes and CIH Rising Star Winner 2014 Welfare Reform- How the reforms are affecting

  • South East - Welfare reform

    9 December 2013General

    Chair's Report Handbook Appraisal and Equal Opps form Presentations An update on the Southwark pilots Karen Micheal, London Borough of Southwark Getting ready for welfare reform Melanie Rees, Specialist Advisor, CIH Preparation for welfare reform -

  • A legal update on Welfare Reform

    2 August 2013General

    Handbook Appraisal & Equal Opps Form Presentations: Getting ready for welfare reform Melanie Rees, Advisor - Making Best Use of Stock Team, Chartered Institute of Housing The legal implications for landlords Mike Owen, Partner, C apsticks Bedroom

  • Legal update on Welfare Reform

    24 July 2013General

    26 July 2013, CIH London Office Click the links below to download your handbook and presentations: Delegate Handbook Getting ready for welfare reform Melanie Rees, Advisor - Making Best Use of Stock Team, Chartered Institute of Housing The legal

  • Welfare Reform - managing the changes to housing benefit

    22 July 2013General

    Delegate Handbook Presentations Reclassification of properties – the pros and cons Simon Smith, CIH Consultancy Getting the message across - communicating effectively with residents Linda Hunt, Head of Income and Arrears, Affinity Sutton

  • Gear up for Welfare Reform: Protecting your income, helping your tenants

    19 April 2013General

    A guide to Welfare Reform – What you need to know about benefit changes? Sam Lister, Policy Officer, Chartered Institute of Housing Assessing the impact on your business strategy and practical solutions Claudia Cobban, Housing Manager, Severn Vale

  • Housing Law Update for Housing Practitioners

    5 April 2013General

    The Prevention of Social Housing Fraud Act Paul Downie, Deputy Director, DCLG Preparing for the Anti Social Behaviour Act- new tools and powers Michael Owen, Partner, Coffin Mew LLP Workshops 1. Proportionality and Human Rights Act- Challenges to