CIH Scotland



Scottish Housing Regulator welcomes new value for money report

The Scottish Housing Regulator has welcomed a new report contributing to the debate on what value for money means for tenants, social landlords and the housing sector in Scotland.

Published 29 June 2015

Report: Future tenants should be part of value for money considerations

Social landlords in Scotland should consider future tenants when analysing the value for money of what they do, according to a new report.

Published 23 June 2015

Tackling fuel poverty – carrot or the stick?

The debate raged on at the CIH Scotland Energy Efficiency, Fuel Poverty and Renewables event, supported by Forster Energy, as to whether the carrot or the stick is best at lifting Scotland’s households out of fuel poverty.

Published 19 June 2015

Scottish Government funded national scrutiny learning programme enters final year

Tenant scrutiny is increasingly a ‘talking point’ for housing in Scotland with the country having its own unique history in respect of the development of tenant engagement, tenant involvement and tenant participation.

Published 1 June 2015

Queen’s Speech – CIH Scotland laments Scotland Bill’s ‘lack of clarity’

CIH Scotland has expressed its concerns over the inclusion of the Scotland Bill in yesterday’s Queen’s Speech.

Published 28 May 2015

CIH Scotland welcomes Scottish Government PRS tenancy consultation

Moves by the Scottish Government to make private renting more secure for tenants have been welcomed by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Scotland.

Published 13 May 2015

Politicians urged to recognise central role of housing in society

Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland board chair Keith Anderson has called on politicians to recognise the central role housing plays in society.

Published 11 March 2015

Urgent housing investment needed to address growing health and inequality crisis

Investment in housing should be seen as a preventative measure to seriously address the growing crisis in health and inequality in Scotland, the annual Chartered Institute of Housing conference in Glasgow will hear today.

Published 11 March 2015