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  • Only Parliament can resolve problems caused by benefit cap

    04/06/2019News

    Only Parliament can resolve problems caused by benefit cap CIH policy and practice officer, Sam Lister, reviews two recent significant developments around the benefit cap. 1. The UK Supreme Court delivered its judgment on whether the effect of the

  • It's time for government to Cover the Cost to prevent homelessness

    09/05/2019News

    It's time for government to Cover the Cost to prevent homelessness On the day that Crisis launches its Cover the Cost campaign, CIH policy and practice officer Sam Lister explains that thousands of private renters on lower incomes are facing poverty

  • Presentations from TAI 2017

    04/05/2017News

    Presentations from TAI 2017 Here you'll find all the available pdf presentations from TAI 2017, including the development seminar Ian Williams Tradeswomen into maintenance Louise Button Julie Rawlinson-Smith Bethan Gladwyn Bron Lloyd - cooperative

  • Presentations from PRS Summit 2015

    17/07/2015News

    Presentations from PRS Summit 2015 Check out the presentations from the PRS Summit 2105 which took place on 15 July at the Future Inn, Cardiff Bay Presentations listed in order of appearance Susan Emmett - UK policy perspective - modern trends in the

  • Presentations from TAI 2015

    08/06/2015News

    Presentations from TAI 2015 Check out presentations from TAI 2015, Wales' premier housing conference and exhbition. TAI 2015 took place from 28 - 30 April at Cardiff's City Hall Presentations are listed by order of appearance - want to check which

  • 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

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

    18/02/2011News

    No-go housing areas where there’s no one left to serve you your cappuccino Sarah Webb, Chief Executive, talks about the effects the Welfare Reform Bill will have on Housing Benefit I’ve just recorded some comments for the BBC on David Cameron’s

  • Advisers get clearer view of migrant rights

    06/10/2010 News

    Advisers get clearer view of migrant rights A newly revised website that gives clear guidance on the housing rights of new migrants is formally launched today (6 October). The housing rights website www.housing-rights.info has proved immensely