Cih Scotland

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A new series of interactive online workshops is being launched to mark one year since CIH Scotland, Healthcare Improvement Scotland and Alzheimer Scotland launched the Housing and Dementia Framework. Launched at an event on 30 October 2019, the Framework is designed to support housing

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CIH Scotland has appointed Anita Jamieson and Craig Gurney to its board to support its work in Scotland. Anita Jamieson has been executive manager for housing for Shetland Islands Council for the last nine years and brings with her almost 35 years of experience in local authority finance and housing

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Suspending local connection referrals could increase demand for housing and homelessness services in some areas, CIH Scotland has warned. Currently, if a person or household presents as homeless in an area where they do not have a local connection they can be referred to another local authority area

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Long proponents of better regulation of short term lets, CIH Scotland has welcomed the Scottish Government’s commitment to introducing flexible powers for local authorities to deal with particular issues in their area. The government has set out plans for the regulation of short term lets incl

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New legislative proposals to give social landlords more powers to protect victims of domestic abuse have been commended by CIH Scotland. Under the Domestic Abuse (Protection) (Scotland) Bill, which was published last week, social landlords will be allowed to end or transfer the tenancy of a per

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The Scottish Government must make investment in social housing the centrepiece of its COVID-19 recovery plan, according to a new report published to mark Scottish Housing Day. The paper, published jointly by the CIH Scotland, the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA), Shelter Scotland,

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The onus is on everyone in the Scottish housing sector to reflect on our success and achievements while driving the message that there is still more work to do, writes Callum Chomczuk for Scottish Housing Day. As we look to build back better after the pandemic, the future of social housing is becomi

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Everyone associated with CIH is saddened by the passing of our former Scotland director, Alan Ferguson. Alan personified the CIH in Scotland during 21 years in charge. His drive and enthusiasm were for dignity in social housing and for the people whose homes it provides. He was highly principled, ca

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CIH Scotland national director Callum Chomczuk on the potential impact of the Single Market legislation on the housing sector. Earlier this month saw the UK government close their consultation on their Internal Market Bill. A piece of legislation most of the housing sector may understandably think w

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