University of Stirling housing student Caitlin Kane has received a prestigious award after wowing industry judges with her work on housing law and policy. Ms Kane who is studying an MSc in housing studies, was awarded the Malcolm Smith Memorial Award by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). The
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
Blairtummock Housing Association has launched a consultation into its proposed domestic abuse policy as it announced its support for the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Make a Stand campaign. By signing the pledge, Blairtummock has become part of a collective effort working to put the followi
The University of Stirling’s Masters/Postgraduate Diploma in Housing Studies has been reaccredited by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). The recognition from the independent body for professional standards comes as the course – which was the first of its kind in the UK – cel
Dr Yoric Irving-Clarke from the CIH policy and practice team takes a look at the launch of the Centre for Homelessness Impact’s updated SHARE framework. Last week saw the launch of the updated SHARE framework (a summary of the centre's vision for ending homelessness) and the addition of a suit
The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and ITN Productions Industry News are to co-produce a news-style programme anchored by an ITN Productions presenter, produced to raise awareness of the opportunities and challenges faced by the housing sector.
The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has appointed James Prestwich as its new director of policy and external affairs. Currently head of policy at the National Housing Federation, James will take up his new post at CIH on 24 February 2020.
North Lanarkshire Council’s housing services is throwing its weight behind a campaign to prevent domestic abuse. Housing staff and management: Julie Ann Paterson, Stephen Llewellyn, Alison Clarke, Sharon Mullen, Holly Baird and George Knight
Hillcrest has pledged its support to the Make a Stand campaign which encourages organisations to take action in supporting victims of domestic abuse. (clockwise from top left) operations manager Rob Hughes, director of housing Bob Sander, deputy chief executive Fiona Morrison, chief executive Angela
The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has announced that Jo Richardson has won the election for vice-president of the organisation. Jo Richardson won with 52.1% of the delegate's votes, with her opponent Jim Ripley receiving 47.9% of the vote.
The Chartered Institute of Housing has confirmed the appointment of Justin Cartwright CertCIH as national director for Northern Ireland. Australian-born Justin joined CIH in October 2013 and for the last five years has been CIH policy manager, based at its office in Belfast.