CIH president Jill Murray BA FCIH launched her charitable appeal when she delivered her 2024 Presidential Address last week. During her speech, Jill gave an insight into life growing up and how it galvanised her passion for housing and drive to become the best housing professional she could be.
The University of Glasgow-based UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE) has announced that its newly formed International Advisory Board will be chaired by Gavin Smart, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). The CaCHE International Advisory Board (IAB) plays a cruc
Seventeen leading housing sector bodies have voiced their acute concerns about the British homes for British workers policy rumoured to be under consideration by the UK Government. An open letter has been sent to the prime minister Rishi Sunak and secretary of state for housing Michael Gove and was
The UK Housing Review Autumn Briefing Paper, the fourteenth in the series, was published yesterday, building on the key themes identified in the spring edition of the 2023 UK Housing Review, providing further expert analysis and specialist insight.
The Chartered Insitute of Housing (CIH) has kicked off a campaign to urge all political parties to commit to a long-term plan for housing which recognises it as the foundation for creating and supporting healthy and sustainable communities. Although housing policy is devolved, the CIH said it recogn
Elly Hoult FCIH has been chosen by Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) members as the organisation’s next vice president after a closely fought election period. The chief operating officer at Peabody received more than 33% of the votes cast and was elected ahead of fellow candidates Alysha Bu
The team behind the annual UK Housing Review have published a new title as a resource for students of housing and those interested in navigating the evolution of key aspects of housing policy and the housing system.
Alice Tooms-Moore discusses Shelter Scotland's research on the barriers faced by people from minoritised ethnic groups accessing a social home, highlighting the evidence given and research findings. Shelter Scotland has published details of a research project on the barriers faced by people from min
Link Group is being featured on ITN Business programme Brighter Futures. The news-style programme highlights services provided by LinkLiving, a trauma-informed health and wellbeing charity based in central Scotland.
The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and Bailes Partners Consulting (BPC) have published a social housing skills report and toolkit exclusively for CIH members. The report and toolkit follow the popular skills and recruitment masterclass series provided by CIH and BPC in 2022, condensing th
Lara Oyedele, president of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH), is asking members to complete their equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) census. CIH is urging members to complete their EDI census to discover what their membership, and in turn, the housing profession looks like across the UK.
Langstane Housing Association housing officer Tom Phillips shares his experience and some of the challenges he faced while working full time and studying for CIH Level 4 in Housing in the hope that he can encourage others to pursue further learning. Have you ever considered advancing your