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The Chartered Institute of Housing is the independent voice for housing and the home of professional standards

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  • CIH Level 3 Diploma in Housing Practice

    7 December 2018Qualifications

    CIH Level 3 Diploma in Housing Practice CIH scheme code 3H15 The objective of this qualification is to provide individuals with the technical knowledge and understanding across a broad range of frontline housing practices at an operational level. The

  • Conversations Inspired by Housing - March/April 2013 Subscription

    05/04/2013Policy and practice

    Conversations Inspired by Housing - March/April 2013 Conversations Inspired by Housing magazine is a bi-monthly publication for CIH members. Inside the March/April issue: What's happening at CIH Understanding the true cost of housing Budget 2013:

  • Housing magazine September 2011 Subscription

    11/09/2011Policy and practice

    Housing magazine September 2011 Welfare Reform Bill and the housing sector Welfare Reform Bill and the housing sector Debate - housign,support and the preventative agenda in the face of funding changes Practice update - making best use of housing

  • Young single people see housing choices limited further

    29/03/2011News

    Young single people see housing choices limited further The Government's announcement that they are to bring forward the date when the housing benefit shared room rate is extended to people aged up to 35, has been criticised by the body for housing

  • Welfare reform bad for tenants, landlords and communities

    02/02/2012News

    Welfare reform bad for tenants, landlords and communities The Welfare Reform Bill will have a detrimental impact on tenants and landlords, warns the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH), which also believes the concessions aimed at improving

  • Welfare reform

    26/10/2011News

    CIH is campaigning hard on the administration side of the bill, not least because memories of the previous Housing Benefit administration collapse are still fresh. Back in 2001 the average wait for payment was 58 days and some claimants were waiting

  • Universal credit must get housing support right

    07/10/2010News

    The risk is that the approach to housing costs in the current plans won’t be sustainable and will require further adjustments in future." *ENDS*

  • Tenants and landlords braced for 1 April housing benefit reforms

    01/04/2011News

    Tenants and landlords braced for 1 April housing benefit reforms Today housing workers and their tenants will face the start of a two-year package of reforms to housing benefit that will have far-reaching effects on families and communities across

  • Review of housing benefit cuts welcome

    25/01/2011News

    Review of housing benefit cuts welcome The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has welcomed Welfare Minister Lord Freud’s announcement of an independent review of the impact of housing benefit cuts. The review, in response to a motion tabled by

  • No-go housing areas where there’s no one left to serve you your cappuccino

    18/02/2011News

    The reforms will clearly result in ‘no go’ housing areas where only wealthy people can live – and Westminster surely needs its share of people to work in coffee shops, to clean offices, to see children safely across the roads etc. I thought we