Ahead of the Scottish Government consultation on the whole rented sector, CIH Scotland has published a policy paper setting out where it considers the government should focus its reforms.
As CIH Scotland publishes a policy paper setting out where it considers the Scottish Government should focus its whole rented sector reforms, national director Callum Chomczuk, argues why housing standards and tenants' rights should also be aligned. The housing system in Scotland is notori
North Lanarkshire Council's Tenant Participation Team was awarded frontline team of the year for its outstanding work during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Link Group has earned the prestigious title of housing provider of the year following a win at the 2021 CIH Scotland Housing Awards.
Kingdom Housing Association is celebrating a double win at the CIH Scotland Housing Awards, the country’s annual awards for excellence in housing, lifting the top prizes for Excellence in Customer Service and Excellence in Tenant Scrutiny. At a gala event held in Glasgow, the CIH Scotland Hous
The winners of the Chartered Institute of Housing’s (CIH) Scotland Housing Awards for excellence in housing have been announced at a special ceremony at the DoubleTree Hilton in Glasgow on Thursday 25 November 2021.
Three new members will be appointed to the CIH Scotland board as John Kerr, Margaret Moore and current chair Esther Wilson are due to step down at the CIH AGM on December 3 having all served the maximum two terms. John, housing development and homelessness manager at West Dunbartonshire Council and
Catherine Hall, a member of the Policy and Practice Team at CIH Scotland before leaving to pursue a PhD in environmental law, discusses equality, diversity and inclusion in the aftermath of COVID-19. As we continue to better understand Covid-19, there exists a growing realisation that the virus was
Current CIH Scotland vice chair Gavin Smith has been announced as the new chair of the CIH Scotland board, taking over from Esther Wilson at the CIH AGM in December with Sue Shone taking on the role of vice chair. Esther has been a member of the board since 2015 and has served as chair since 20
Proposals to establish a new National Care Service (NCS) for Scotland are a cause for concern for CIH Scotland particularly around the scope and costs of the proposals and lack of clarity on how the housing sector will be involved in the new structure. The Scottish Government’s proposals follo
The chair of Wellhouse Housing Association has been nominated for the prestigious Outstanding Contribution to Housing Award by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). Maureen Morris has been nominated for her tireless work in Easterhouse over the past 45 years which has helped to improve the
University of Glasgow housing student Evie Copland has received a prestigious award after wowing industry judges with her work on housing law and policy. Ms Copland who is studying an MSc in housing studies, was awarded the Malcolm Smith Memorial Award by the Chartered Institute
Kingdom Housing Association has been shortlisted in eight categories at the CIH Scotland Housing Awards, a record result for the organisation.
CIH Scotland has announced the shortlisted nominees for the Scotland Housing Awards this November.
CIH Scotland has called for the UK Government to provide long-term support for people at risk of homelessness post-pandemic after its new report highlighted that households across the UK are likely to be on "cliff edge" following the removal of the £20 Universal Credit top up later t