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  • Focus on influencing: May 2015 Subscription

    18/05/2015Policy and practice

    Melanie Rees & Sarah Davis met with Guinness to discuss housing tomorrows older people Sarah spoke to the rural housing alliance about election messages on rural housing Sarah attended a TCPA round table looking at person centred and social planning

  • 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

  • Welsh Housing Review 2014 Subscription

    18/09/2014Policy and practice

    Peter Hughes, Managing Director, Principality Building Society Judy Wayne, Director, Altair Consultancy & Advisory Services John Kiely, Director Housing & Public Sector, Savills Jane Mudd, Senior Lecturer, Centre for Interprofessional Studies,

  • Guide to Housing Benefit and Council Tax Rebate 2013/14

    21 June 2013Books

    Guide to Housing Benefit and Council Tax Rebate 2013/14 Sam Lister and Martin Ward What's inside • The local housing allowance (LHA) national caps and size limits • The new social sector size criteria • The new household benefits cap, including

  • Supported housing and housing related support

    11/04/2013Policy and practice

    CIH Member briefing Universal Credit and supported housing - update DWP consulted on the application of Universal Credit for supported housing in July 2011; specifically this was concerned with how housing support costs would be administered,

  • 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