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  • Ambitious local authorities embark on programme to improve their communities


    “The Future Place programme provides an excellent opportunity to work with exemplar councils to understand not only the needs of each place, but how best to break down the barriers and get more homes built where they are needed most. I welcome this

  • Be the change you want to see


    So, if you believe in CIH and its role in supporting you to be the best you can be, here are a few things you could do to be the change you want to see: Ask for any job candidates to be either CIH qualified or willing to work towards a qualification

  • UK Housing Review 2018


    UK Housing Review 2018 By Mark Stephens, John Perry, Steve Wilcox and Peter Williams What's inside The UK Housing Review is the prime source of information and analysis for all concerned with housing policy and finance. Commentary chapters in this

  • My housing story: Rhian James


    A strong knowledge of government policy has demonstrated to me that there are glaring issues that need to be addressed. Alongside my other GEMs, from varying positions and aspects of housing, we are able to use our knowledge to brainstorm innovative

  • My housing story: Stacey Dove


    This conference really cemented that the next generation of housing professionals were in the room, and it was our job – not someone else’s – to challenge the status quo of the UK housing industry and actively address its biggest issues.

  • Tackling stigma in social housing


    The government's social housing green paper had something to say about stigma too – in particular referring to the way some landlords treat their tenants – but street parties as a way of dealing with it are unlikely to be regarded as a long-term

  • 'Housing has become a grotesque social injustice'


    The unthinkable alternative is that our divisions continue to gnaw away at our society until what is spat out can no longer recover any semblance of social justice. So we’d better not let that happen. Polly is speaking at CIH's Total Housing event

  • Better design for better places: five things I learned


    There should really be clear links between the government’s thinking here and its plans (set out initially in the recent social housing green paper) to promote professional standards for those working in social housing, something we are already

  • 'Residents know what the problems are – because they experience them'


    This work, which has involved housing associations from across the country, calls for a number of important changes to improve tenant empowerment. To strengthen leadership, we want the NHF governance code to set much clearer responsibilities for

  • CIH Level 4 Certificate in Housing

    30 January 2019Qualifications

    CIH Level 4 Certificate in Housing Scheme code 4H09 This qualification will provide learners with the necessary skills and knowledge to face the current challenges in housing, covering key aspects of housing policy and law. Successful completion of