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  • Managing Homeownership


    Managing Homeownership Most social landlords now have to manage leasehold properties or properties sold under right to buy where service charges apply. The law and best practice are completely different from managing ordinary tenancies. This Practice

  • Welsh Housing Review 2012

    26/09/2012Policy and practice

    Welsh Housing Review 2012 The Welsh Housing Review examines 'the state of the nation' in relation to Welsh Housing.  2012 was the third year of publication for this substantive and prestigious publication Sponsored by: What's inside Section 1: State

  • UK Housing Review 2011-2012


    UK Housing Review 2011-2012 Celebrating twenty years of publishing comprehensive housing statistics, the latest UK Housing Review again provides a key resource for busy managers and policy-makers across both public and private housing sectors.

  • Right to Buy reform - England

    17/04/2013Policy and practice

    Precise details of the agreement on the use of RTB receipts will be published shortly. Background The Right to Buy (RTB) was first introduced in 1980. Since then some 2 million social homes have been sold under the RTB. There is mixed opinion on the

  • Homeownership - England

    17/04/2013Policy and practice

    The Review was one of the first commentaries to identify the ‘deposit barrier’ which first-time buyers now face, which is keeping a potential 100,000 would-be buyers out of the market annually.

  • Young working and STILL homeless: housing market affordability in Wales 2006

    01/09/2006Policy and practice

    This briefing paper updates the analysis of housing market affordability in Wales in our 2004 Key Information briefing. Like its predecessor, this briefing draws from a Great Britain wide analyses conducted for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. It

  • Scottish Housing Matters - issue 56 Subscription

    05/12/2011Policy and practice

    Scottish Housing Matters Issue 56 - Includes articles on the opening of the CIH Scotland office, Housing: a human rights issue,  Analysis of the Scotland budget, Planning for an ageing population and 2012 homelessness

  • Scottish Housing Matters September 2012 Issue Subscription

    10/09/2012Policy and practice

    Scottish Housing Matters - September Issue The latest edition of Scottish Housing Matters is now available to view. Topics include equity release, tenant involvement, housing and dementia, fuel poverty and much more. What's inside

  • Scottish Housing Digest Subscription

    04/10/2012Policy and practice

    Scottish Housing Digest October 2012 This is the October 2012 edition of a bi-annual policy briefing series prepared for CIH Scotland by Newhaven Research to keep CIH Scotland members up to speed on major developments in housing and related policy

  • Engaging Owners in Mixed Tenure Neighbourhoods

    04/03/2002Policy and practice

    Engaging Owners in Mixed Tenure Neighbourhoods When the government announced its intention to radically overhaul social housing policy in Scotland with the publication of the Scottish Executives Green Paper, ‘Investing in Modernisation - An Agenda