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  • What you need to know about ending no-fault evictions Subscription

    23/07/2019Policy and practice

    What you need to know about ending no-fault evictions On 15 April 2019 government announced plans to end 'no-fault' evictions of private tenants in England. This briefing sets out the plans that government are consulting on, who will be affected, and

  • Webinar recap: An interview with Aileen Evans, incoming CIH President


    Webinar recap: An interview with Aileen Evans, incoming CIH President Hear from Aileen Evans, incoming CIH President, on her priorities for becoming President in September 2019. If you missed it, you can listen to the webinar recording below: Watch

  • CIH and ITN Productions release new programme Close to Home: Housing and Communities


    “We’re delighted to be partnering with CIH to produce a programme highlighting the many challenges in the housing industry today and to give recognition to the local councils and housing associations whose innovative approaches are making a real

  • Haven or Hell? A critical debate on the implications of ageing-in-place


    Consequently, a range of housing and service options to meet the housing needs, and aspirations, of older people is essential, both for those who wish to age-in-place and those who wish to relocate. As housing professionals we need to understand what

  • Webinar recap: Building a safer future


    Webinar recap: Building a safer future This webinar will set out the key proposals in the recent consultation on changes to the building safety regulatory system which sets out how the government intends to take forward the recommendations set out in

  • What does it take to ‘feel at home’ rather than just being ‘housed’?


    If someone were able to lift your house from its foundations and place it in another city, would that still be home? Even if it were still your house on the inside? And, conversely, if you were thinking about moving your possessions about in your

  • CIH course gave me deeper insight into how the housing sector works - Niki


    Three of the compulsory modules – housing policy, housing law, and finance for housing – give a firm foundation of knowledge of how the housing sector developed and how it operates today. Two optional modules (I chose to study housing management

  • Could Airbnb devastate the housing markets in key cities?


    But as with other web-based providers such as Uber and Amazon, their services bring costs as well as benefits. This is especially true where they affect housing markets that are already severely stretched. Without a regulatory framework being set at