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A new pledge to tackle domestic abuse in housing has been signed by more than 100 organisations in its first two weeks, including more than half a dozen Scottish housing organisations and councils. The Make a Stand pledge was developed by CIH in partnership with the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (

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West Dunbartonshire Council has become the first social landlord in Scotland to introduce a zero tolerance policy on domestic abuse within its properties. The local authority has introduced measures which will ensure victims have immediate access to practical help and specialist legal assistance and

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A new pledge which urges housing organisations to help tackle domestic abuse has been launched by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH). The ‘Make a Stand’ pledge has been developed by CIH in partnership with the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) and Women’s Aid as part of

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Current vice president Jim Strang The search for the Chartered Institute of Housing’s (CIH) next vice president is officially underway with nominations now open.

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The CIH Futures group is organising a bumper rounders tournament to support president Alison Inman’s 2018 chosen charity. The contest will see four heats take place across the UK In May and June before a grand final in July.

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A new national housing agency has been launched in England to replace the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and help boost Westminster’s efforts to deliver the homes the country needs. Housing secretary Sajid Javid said the rebranded Homes England will drive forward change and help deliver an ave

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Just months into his time as CIH vice president Jim Strang has pledged to continue the efforts of current president Alison Inman to tackle domestic abuse when he becomes president in 2018. In an article originally published on the CIH website, Jim Strang makes it clear that domestic is an issue that

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The UK government has announced significant changes to Universal Credit including scrapping the seven day waiting period before a person can apply. In the Autumn Budget announcement yesterday Chancellor Philip Hammond responded to the increasing pressure from MPs, charities and the housing sector by

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