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  • Northern Ireland Housing Conference

    Wednesday 25th April 2012, Titanic Centre, BelfastEvents

    Northern Ireland Housing Conference SAVE-THE-DATE for a Landmark Conference in a Landmark Venue CIH Northern Ireland is proud to present THE POLICY CONFERENCE 2012 Wednesday 25th April 2012   CIH Northern Ireland is proud to present THE POLICY

  • Rethinking social housing: final report

    26/06/2018Policy and practice

    Rethinking social housing: final report What is the purpose of social housing? After decades of change and challenge, which have transformed society and our sector in ways we could not have imagined, the time has come for us to ask if we see the

  • Working together to meet housing need

    29/06/2017Policy and practice

    Working together to meet housing need Do councils and housing associations still need each other? CIH held a series of roundtables to bring stakeholders together to discuss housing need, working practices, ways to resolve difficulties, and to

  • Celebrate success at the Chartered Institute of Housing Awards 2016


    Celebrate success at the Chartered Institute of Housing Awards 2016 Housing professionals and organisations from across Ireland are being invited to showcase their achievements, as CIH director for the Republic of Ireland Nicola McCrudden explains.

  • Local government change - life after the map


    (Jon’s handy guide to boundary changes: the new map that took us back to the old map might now be an old map with the old, new map being the map going forwards with an overlaid new, new map for services. Hope that clears up any confusion.)

  • Successful Neighbourhoods: a good practice guide


    Successful Neighbourhoods: a good practice guide Housing providers are part of an emerging political and professional consensus about focusing on neighbourhoods and increasing the involvement and influence of the people who live and work there. This

  • What you need to know about Scotland's draft budget... Subscription

    21/12/2015Policy and practice

    We expect that this process will be used to establish a more long term approach to the delivery of social security in Scotland and look forward to working with the Scottish Government on the development of a new system tailored to local needs.

  • Managing empty homes: are you prepared to think differently?


    I’m treated fairly; I have a choice; Cluid responds quickly and correctly.” If you think about the traditional approach to managing the void and re-let process, the KPIs we use tend to be related to how quickly we let properties and how cheaply

  • CIH and ICSH help housing professionals to get Ireland building


    Another 17 people are currently undertaking the qualification and there is a waiting list for a third cohort, which demonstrates a healthy level of interest in this important course.” -ENDS- For more information please contact Justin Cartwright,

  • Single outcome agreements 2008-08 briefing

    12/09/2012Policy and practice

    Single Outcome Agreements 2008-09 Briefing This report reviewed the first Single Outcome Agreements (SOAs) for 2008/09 for the 32 Scottish local authorities, in order to determine their coverage of and commitments to the following housing issues: •