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  • Webinar recap: Domestic abuse and housing Scotland


    Webinar recap: Domestic abuse and housing Scotland Jim Strang, president CIH and Callum Chomczuk, national director CIH Scotland discuss the changes housing organisations can make when signing up to Make a Stand in Scotland. If you missed it, you can

  • The Big Question - finding answers


    But we will also hear form the Future Generations Commissioner herself - an opportunity to quiz her directly on how housing fits into her vision of Wales ten, 20, 50 years from now. And we will finish with a session from one of the world’s most

  • Older people's housing - a question of quality


    There have been, and there still are of course, a variety of standards and quality frameworks such as the Supporting People Quality Assessment Framework and the CHS Service Excellence Standards which set out what quality means for supported housing,

  • How do the pieces of the jigsaw fit together?


    We probably all know privately that sharing resources across our services would be really sensible, but publicly we defend our independence and autonomy. I am looking forward to discussing this on 4.10.18 and hope that we can begin to understand why

  • The Clink: Changing attitudes, transforming lives and creating second chances


    We have made many commitments in this area which includes not seeing anyone sleeping rough upon release or having no food, electricity, gas and other life essentials whilst waiting for benefit support and reintegrating back into society. We are

  • The Clink: Helen's story - In her own words


    She has helped with everything I have needed, from organising college courses, obtaining tools and sourcing equipment to being a friendly, listening ear when required and a valuable source of information on anything and everything! It has been a

  • It’s called the Fringe, but the ideas are anything but


    This year’s big theme is The Next Big Thing – do you think the Fringe is exactly the sort of place where ideas and people that become the next big thing might germinate? Perhaps – but just because something is sector trendy, doesn’t always

  • Do democratic structures lead to resident engagement? The case of non-profit housing in Denmark


    And moreover try to outline how the Danish case of non-profit housing can be seen as an inspirational example of resident democracy - for good or bad - when developing democratic structures for non-profit housing prospectively.

  • Focus on influencing: October 2017 Subscription

    14/11/2017Policy and practice

    The first meeting of the Housing Futures Cymru group has been held. The group comprising of younger housing professionals who will help shape CIH Cymru work set out the aims for the group and received presentations on Tyfu Tai Cymru (CIH Cymrus new

  • New Scottish tenancy: what you need to know


    Local authorities have also been given powers to apply to have a particular area designated as a Rent Pressure Zone (RPZ) if they can provide Scottish Ministers with evidence that rents are rising too much, causing problems for tenants in the area