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  • Frontline Futures : Resilience at the Front Line

    19 September 2014, 9:30 - 16:00, EdinburghTraining

    Frontline Futures : Resilience at the Front Line Description Frontline housing staff are under increasing pressure, welfare reform has meant a significantly changing role for many, the ability to face up to, and overcome, difficult or challenging

  • Housing and dementia - free seminar event

    Monday 27 May 2013, MotherwellEvents

    Housing and dementia - free seminar event About the event This event will take place at North Lanarkshire Council, Motherwell. CIH Scotland has been working on a housing and dementia project for a number of months, funded by the Joint Improvement

  • WYNTK about Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 Subscription

    18/01/2019Policy and practice

    Chartered Institute of HousingLearn with us. Improve with us. Influence with us. | | 024 7685 1789 Chartered Institute of Housing What landlords should do You may wish to review and revise your repairs and maintenance policies and

  • Stage 3 Debate Briefing: Fuel Poverty Bill

    05/06/2019Policy and practice

    It is important for the Panel to be pro-active in tracking progress, raising any concerns and to commission independent research if required. Amendment 60A makes provision to amend the funding cap for the Advisory Panel should that prove necessary.

  • Four simple ways to improve your tenants' health and wellbeing


    3.     Being sensitive to housing costs Rent is important, but tenants were often more stressed by other costs related to their new tenancy like decorating, furnishing and bills. Again, landlords need to have a relationship with tenants, so that

  • True terrorism occurs in our houses, not in our streets


    Domestic abusers cause much more disruption to the UK economy and our ways of life than traditional terrorism (the yearly cost of domestic abuse is calculated at £66bn by the Home Office’s own estimates compared to £3.2bn for traditional

  • Building the foundations for healthy housing


    To accompany this report case studies of local good practice examples presented throughout the events have also been published. These include inspiring examples of strategic collaboration or integration across health and housing to develop or deliver

  • Domestic abuse and housing: member briefing Subscription

    06/12/2018Policy and practice

    Review of Legislation In order to better support social landlords to protect victims of domestic abuse and strengthen their rights, CIH Scotland would like to see a review of the Matrimonial Homes (Family Protection) (Scotland) Act 1981. This

  • CIH Scotland interview with Sir Harry Burns


    What we need is for multiple agencies to work together. We need vision and leadership to achieve real change To finish on a positive note, where do you see progress being made improving public health in Scotland? Where are we getting it right and

  • Key lessons from Grenfell must be to listen and communicate


    To achieve this it is vital that those who work in housing have the right skills and knowledge to provide good-quality, safe homes. As the professional body for housing, CIH Scotland works with our members to spot the signs of danger, make referrals