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  • All you need to know about Be Bold in Your Career


    The good news is that after the course ends you can continue to focus on your career development by exploring and using all the other resources too e.g. mentoring, supporting others with their career, looking at work/life balance, creating 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

  • Webinar recap: Planning for housing network Subscription


    Webinar recap: Planning for housing network This webinar explores how local authorities are increasingly meeting housing needs directly through expanding their own house building programme. The session covered: Issues raised with the lead author of

  • Webinar recap: Understanding hoarding disorder for housing professionals Subscription


    Webinar recap: Understanding hoarding disorder for housing professionals Catharine Hinton, Managing Director at Greatest Asset delivered a webinar on understanding hoarding disorder for housing professionals. The session covered: • What is hoarding

  • UK Housing Review 2018 Autumn briefing paper

    02/10/2018Policy and practice See inside the back cover for details of how to obtain your copy of the full UK Housing Review 2018. Next years edition is planned for March 2019. Published by the Chartered Institute of Housing. The authors and CIH are

  • Missing the target: Is targeted affordability funding doing its job?

    29/08/2018Policy and practice

    Missing the target: Is targeted affordability funding doing its job? This report explores the gaps that have opened up between Local Housing Allowance (LHA - housing benefit for private renters) rates and the lowest private rents since LHA rates

  • Only Parliament can resolve problems caused by benefit cap


    First, it applies the cap to those that it already accepts cannot reasonably be expected to look for work for the time being. In fact, these are the same reasons why DWP accept that a person can qualify for out-of-work benefits at all! Second, as we

  • Celebrating one year of Make a Stand – a great start but plenty more to do


    Your organisations can do wonderful things - let ending domestic abuse be one of them.” Adina Claire, co-acting chief executive of Women’s Aid, said: "Over the past year, the Make a Stand campaign has had a significant impact by encouraging

  • Adaptations for tenants


    The picture is different for council housing as local authorities cannot use the DFG monies from government to fund adaptations to their own homes and must use their Housing Revenue Account (HRA). This means that many local authorities don't follow