Cih Scotland

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Jim Hayton As CIH Scotland prepares to complete the second phase of its housing and dementia programme at the end of this year, housing consultant Jim Hayton reflects on the recent series of workshops looking at the role of housing professionals in supporting people with dementia.

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Digital Innovation will feature at the upcoming CIH Scotland Housing Innovation & Technology Showcase, 27 October, Glasgow As Housing Association budgets continue to be stretched, Managed Service and Solution Providers need to be finding and providing innovative ways to create the much needed c

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Linstone Housing Association has been shortlisted for the third year in a row for three awards at this year’s Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland Excellence Awards. The awards aim to showcase exemplary individuals and initiatives that deserve to be recognised, and the team at Linstone is delig

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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is to announce its decision on the classification of housing associations in Scotland on September 29. Registered social landlords (RSLs) north of the Border are currently regarded as private bodies for accounting purposes, though the classification is unders

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(from left) Amanda Britain, CIH Scotland chair; Victoria Peterkin, longest serving CIH Scotland member; Julie Fadden, president of the Chartered Institute of Housing; Annie Mauger, executive director, CIH Scotland mark the formal opening of CIH Scotland’s new Edinburgh offices Housing bodies the C

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A new guide to ensure refugees’ right to quality accommodation is upheld has been issued to housing professionals. Published by the Scottish Refugee Council with the support of the Scottish Government and the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland, the updated guide aims to ensure that all refuge

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CIH Scotland has opened submissions to the Bob Allan Young Achiever in Housing Excellence Award. Presented in conjunction with Friends of Bob Allan, the award aims to recognise individuals who can demonstrate that they have shown passion, commitment and flair in putting the human aspects of tenant o

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Lyn Jardine As CIH Scotland, in association with Arneil Johnston, embarks on the next phase of its dementia programme, project manager Lyn Jardine of Lyn Jardine Consulting shares some of her reflections on dementia care in Scotland and blogs about the value of housing’s role in delivering person-

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It’s that time of year again for the housing sector to dust off its very best ideas and projects and get applying for CIH Scotland's annual hunt for the best of Scottish housing. But it’s not just all about the organisations as the award categories also celebrate the contribution of individuals

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Susanne Webster As the Scottish Government looks to review the Scottish Social Housing Charter, CIH Scotland's policy and practice co-ordinator Susanne Webster blogs about the recent series of consultation events and considers what is likely to be included in the new Charter when it comes into force

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Letting agents from across Scotland will today start signing up to a new programme of compliance with government regulations with the aim of raising standards and driving rogue operators out of the market. Developed by Landlord Accreditation Scotland (LAS) and the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH

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