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The Chartered Institute of Housing is the independent voice for housing and the home of professional standards

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  • Graduates: Choosing a career in housing

    14 August 2015General

    As indicated earlier housing involves a huge range of jobs, many of them specialist functions. Almost all require a lot of contact between different departments in an organisation, and often other organisations and there is a great need for teamwork

  • Gavin Smart

    22 July 2016General

    Deputy chief executive/director of policy and practice Gavin started his career as a researcher at the School for Policy Studies at the University of Bristol and spent five years at the then Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, heading up the high

  • Career changers

    22 November 2012General

    Many employers realise the value of past experience in many areas and are aware that transferable skills are of benefit to organisations. If you are looking for a job in the housing sector it is important to reflect on the skills and experience you

  • Vote for your Best Housing Story

    15 January 2019General

    In the year we have been operational we have created jobs for five local people who for a variety of barriers had not been able to secure permanent employment previously. We also have worked in partnership with Artillery Youth Club to develop a

  • Who's who

    5 November 2018General

    Our team is made up of 160 employees, our Presidential team and our governing board - and everyone knows that their job is about helping housing professionals to do their jobs brilliantly. Our governing board works closely with executive team to

  • Vice President candidate

    30 June 2015General

    Jan Taranczuk experienced Interim Manager From my career in local government and whilst working with ALMOs and housing associations across the country, I know that housing is full of people who want to make a positive difference to people’s lives.

  • Our Sponsors

    20 September 2013General

    • Delivering c£45m of cashable efficiency savings in addition to many non-cashable benefits • Creating 866 permanent jobs in construction • Generating an estimated financial benefit to Merseyside boroughs in excess of £30m, through regular

  • Maintenance and asset management conference

    17 September 2013General

    11 & 12 September 2013 Please click on the links below to view the presentations. Wednesday 11 September - Morning Keynote: Welfare reform - assessing the damage so far David Bookbinder, CIH Scotland Wednesday 11 September - Morning Workshops:

  • About i2i

    10 December 2012General

    What do we do? The support offered by i2i is independent and free to all housing providers in Wales, with the view of ensuring that all stakeholders involved in reaching WHQS (staff, tenants and councillors) are engaged and involved to make informed

  • Housing benefit cuts will put 800,000 homes out of reach

    22 November 2012General

    The research shows that across the UK more than 800,000 homes will be out of reach to low income families. This is, due to measures that restrict housing benefit payments to rents paid in the cheapest third of lettings and the placing of absolute