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  • UK Housing Panel September 2010

    01/09/2010Policy and practice

    UK Housing Panel September 2010 Landlords gear up for housing benefit double hit The Chartered Institute of Housing’s new UK Housing Panel is an influential group of CIH members who record key measures of demand and supply of housing, affordability

  • Policy and practice focus - Winter 2011 Subscription

    15/12/2011Policy and practice

    Policy and practice focus - Winter 2011 The winter edition of Policy & practice focus looks at the latest news in the housing sector and forthcoming work from CIH. The topics covered include: DWP demonstration projects Green Deal The Housing Strategy

  • Housing magazine January 2011 Subscription

    11/01/2011Policy and practice

    Housing magazine January 2011 Social housing reform - what next? Social housing reform, where next? Latest UK Housing Review - comprehensive analysis of the state of the housing market New - Opinion - what future for blighted communities The new

  • Reforms for housing and local government welcomed


    “The housing sector is well placed to support government in taking forward its welfare reform agenda and has considerable experience of the barriers that welfare can sometimes provide in supporting people back in to employment. Similarly, with over

  • Housing benefit cuts will put 800,000 homes out of reach


    disabled, lone parents, pensioners and carers2). Grainia Long, Interim Chief Executive of CIH said: “These findings are astonishing. Welfare reforms will see for the first time more people chasing homes than the market currently provides. The only

  • CIH comments on social housing reform


    It is vital that the members we represent take the opportunity to engage with the government and work together on the detail to ensure any reforms are fair and sustainable in the long term.” *ENDS*