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John Perry Up to 20,000 refugees will be resettled in Britain from Syria. How can social landlords engage with this and other schemes to help people who are on their way or already here? CIH policy adviser John Perry shares his assessment.

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The UK government’s pledge that a new home would be built to replace every one sold under its Right to Buy policy has fallen dramatically short, new figures have revealed. Statistics released by the Department for Communities and Local Government show that 2,779 homes were sold by councils through

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The vital work that housing professionals and organisations carry out is to be celebrated at an annual awards ceremony in Edinburgh. Radio Forth’s Arlene Stuart will be on hand to present the prizes which recognise the impact housing professionals and organisations have on people and communities a

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Greg Clark Landlords across the UK will be expected to evict tenants who lose the right to live in the UK under new measures to clamp down on illegal immigration.

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Tricia O'Keefe The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) is expanding its support for housing professionals in the Republic of Ireland by appointing Tricia O’Keefe as professional development co-ordinator.

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The UK government unveiled more details of its Housing Bill during the Queen’s Speech yesterday but the plans have been greeted with a mixed reaction. The bill aims to make home ownership an attainable aspiration and contains further measures to deliver an extra 200,000 new homes through the new S

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Geraldine Howley has been appointed president of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) following the organisation’s AGM. Geraldine, who is chief executive of Bradford-based housing group Incommunities and has been CIH vice president for the past 12 months, takes over the role from Steve Stride.

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