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Press releases

Read our latest news and access an archive of our press releases from across the UK. If you would like more information on anything you have read please contact our press team.


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Chartered Institute of Housing responds to Hackitt report 

Responding to the final report from Dame Judith Hackitt’s independent review of building regulations and fire safety, Chartered Institute of Housing chief executive Terrie Alafat said: "The Hackitt Review rightly recommends a wholesale overhaul of the building regulations and fire safety system covering high-rise buildings.

17/05/2018

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Government to fund replacement of dangerous cladding following Grenfell Tower fire - CIH response 

Responding to Theresa May’s announcement at Prime Minister’s Questions today, Chartered Institute of Housing deputy chief executive Gavin Smart said: "Following the horrendous events at Grenfell Tower we have been calling on the government to provide financial support to help landlords make sure that buildings are safe, so we welcome the Prime Minister’s commitment to fully fund the removal and replacement of dangerous cladding by councils and housing associations.

16/05/2018

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CIH Scotland comments on Equalities and Human Rights Commission report into housing for disabled people 

The Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has today (11th of May 2018) published a new report into the shortage of properties suitable for disabled people.

11/05/2018

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Search for CIH's next vice president begins 

The search for the Chartered Institute of Housing’s next vice president is officially underway.

09/05/2018

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Record numbers attend UK Housing Awards final as best of the best are unveiled 

More than 1,000 people attended the UK Housing Awards ceremony as the sector's best projects were revealed.

04/05/2018

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CIH Scotland calls for housing to be at the heart of any loneliness and isolation strategy 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Scotland has called for more innovative policies to address loneliness in Scotland, recommending that the Government continues to invest in social housing organisations to allow them to provide vital support services to their tenants and communities while keeping rents affordable.

03/05/2018

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CIH praises contribution of Sajid Javid and welcomes James Brokenshire 

CIH has praised the contribution of outgoing Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, Sajid Javid, and welcomed James Brokenshire to the role.

30/04/2018

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Bleak house price stats show desperate need for new genuinely affordable homes 

Terrie Alafat, chief executive of CIH, says new figures from the Office for National Statistics demonstrate the desperate need for new genuinely affordable housing.

26/04/2018

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Hundreds gather for biggest housing event in Wales 

Hundreds of housing professionals are gathering in Cardiff this week for the biggest housing event in Wales.

25/04/2018

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A home for everyone now a top priority for people in Wales 

Today CIH Cymru launches its Public Perceptions of Social Housing survey which asked the Welsh public for their opinions about social housing, homelessness and the public policy issues most important to them.

24/04/2018

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Review must build a 'one housing system' approach  

CIH Cymru director Matt Dicks has welcomed a review of housing policy in Wales and says it must consider housing alongside education, health, social care, public protection and economic development.

23/04/2018

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'Time is right for a national debate on affordability' - CIH reacts to Labour announcement 

Responding to the Labour Party's report on housing, CIH chief executive Terrie Alafat has said it is time to explore what affordable really means in all parts of the country.

19/04/2018

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Child poverty plan needs more focus on housing 

Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Scotland deputy director Callum Chomczuk argues that the housing sector has a critical role to play in ending child poverty and making Scotland a country where everyone has the chance of a decent and secure life.

16/04/2018

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Huge response to fundraising rounders tournament from housing organisations 

A bumper fundraising rounders tournament organised by CIH Futures has had a huge response but we still need sponsors and volunteers to help us maximise the amount we raise for Women's Aid.

10/04/2018

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More than 2,000 take part in Rethinking social housing workshops 

More than 2,000 people have had their say on the future of social housing by taking part in workshops as part of a major CIH project.

09/04/2018

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New rough sleeping initiative welcome but strategy still needed 

CIH has welcomed a new rough sleeping initiative by the government but said a strategy on homelessness is still desperately needed.

03/04/2018

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CIH Scotland comments on child poverty delivery plan 

The Scottish Government has announced that increasing family incomes and reducing living costs will be prioritised through the Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan.

29/03/2018

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Domestic abuse housing conference brings experts together 

A conference organised by CIH president Alison Inman brought together domestic abuse experts and housing professionals from across the UK as part of her efforts to tackle the problem.

26/03/2018

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Tributes paid as CIH chairman Turlogh O'Brien set to leave role  

Chartered Institute of Housing chief executive Terrie Alafat (pictured) has paid tribute to chairman Turlogh O’Brien after he announced he is to step down from the role.

23/03/2018

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New briefing launched to showcase role of housing in supporting older and disabled people 

A new briefing which aims to showcase what housing organisations can do to help older and disabled people to live more independently is being launched today (Friday 23 March).

23/03/2018

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Homelessness numbers 'a national disgrace' says CIH 

Responding to the latest homelessness statistics for England, released today by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) policy and practice officer Faye Greaves said: “The fact that so many people are homeless in England today is quite simply a national disgrace.

22/03/2018

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UK Housing Review 2018: CIH Cymru reflects on positive progress by Wales 

The Chartered Institute of Housing has today launched the UK Housing Review 2018. The review highlights the latest data and provides commentary on the impact of housing policy across the UK.

21/03/2018

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‘No room for complacency’ in meeting 50,000 homes target as CIH Scotland publishes key trends in housing 

CIH Scotland, the professional body for Scotland’s housing sector, has warned that there should be ‘no room for complacency’ about meeting the Scottish Government’s target of delivering 50,000 new affordable homes by 2021 as it unveiled key findings from its annual UK Housing Review.

21/03/2018

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Spending on new homes plummets while housing benefit soars – new analysis 

Government investment in building new homes has plummeted while spending on housing benefit has soared, new analysis from the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has revealed.

21/03/2018

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Total Housing 2018 

Over 800 people attended across the two days to discuss and debate the big issues and challenges in the region.

16/03/2018

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CIH Cymru and Grŵp Cynefin welcome Minister to the first in a series of member roundtable discussions 

The Minister for Housing and Regeneration, Rebecca Evans AM, will attend a roundtable discussion at Grŵp Cynefin offices in Holyhead on 15 March.

15/03/2018

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Housing teams urged to take part in charity rounders tournament for Women's Aid 

Housing teams are being urged to take part in a national rounders tournament to raise £10k for Women’s Aid.

14/03/2018

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Spring statement 'missed opportunity' to get us building more 

Melanie Rees, CIH's head of policy, said the balance of housing funding needs to be addressed after an uneventful Spring statement for housing.

13/03/2018

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CIH partners with Inside Housing on Women in Housing Awards  

CIH is delighted to announce it is partnering with Inside Housing on the Women in Housing Awards as entries for the 2018 awards open.

08/03/2018

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CIH Scotland welcomes Scottish Government commitment to accept interim recommendations on rough sleeping 

The Chartered Institute of Housing in Scotland has welcomed Housing Minister Kevin Stewart’s acceptance in principle of interim recommendations published by the Housing and Rough Sleeping Action Group.

07/03/2018

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Housing provision leaving wheelchair users behind 

Over 17,200 wheelchair users in Scotland do not have a suitable home, according to a major new research report, which also reveals that this unmet need is set to increase by 80% by 2024.

01/03/2018

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CIH Cymru welcomes new Rent-to-Own and Shared Ownership Wales initiatives  

The Minister for Housing and Regeneration Rebecca Evans has launched two new initiatives aimed at increasing the rate of homeownership in Wales for those who may not be in a position to afford and save for a deposit.

01/03/2018

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‘Best in housing’ celebrated at CIH housing awards 2018 

People who work in housing and homelessness across Ireland have been recognised for their contribution to local communities, at the CIH Housing Awards 2018 held on Friday 23 February.

26/02/2018

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‘Best in housing’ celebrated at CIH housing awards 2018 

People who work in housing and homelessness across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland have been recognised for their contribution to local communities, at the prestigious CIH Housing Awards 2018, held at Titanic Belfast on Friday 23 February.

26/02/2018

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CIH Cymru welcomes plan to spread Housing Revenue Account borrowing capacity  

Minister for Housing and Regeneration Rebecca Evans has revealed that talks are ongoing to explore how the borrowing capacity of local authorities building homes could be increased by utilising the surplus capacity within authorities which have no plans to build at present.

22/02/2018

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Housing professionals invited to submit practice examples to support revised allocations and suspensions guidance 

Professionals from across Scotland’s housing sector are being encouraged to share their experience on allocations and suspensions to support revised practice guidance currently being prepared by specialist research consultants Craigforth and the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Scotland.

14/02/2018

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Major new project to model the future of social housing in Northern Ireland 

A major new project has been launched by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Northern Ireland to help shape the future of social housing.

14/02/2018

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Scrutiny programme achievements celebrated 

A final report on the achievements of a four-year training and learning programme ‘Stepping Up to Scrutiny’ has been published by CIH Scotland

12/02/2018

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CIH presidential dinner raises £9k for Women's Aid 

Hundreds of housing professionals helped us to raise around £9,000 for Alison Inman's presidential charity Women's Aid.

09/02/2018

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CIH Cymru welcomes new measures to address rough sleeping 

Yesterday the Welsh Government announced two new measures aimed at addressing rough sleeping in Wales. Rebecca Evans, the Minister for Housing & Regeneration announced the publication of a policy document focusing on how Housing First could be adopted across Wales and a new rough sleeping action plan.

07/02/2018

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NI political situation is hitting the level of new housebuilding 

The number of new homes being started in Northern Ireland is being hit by the political impasse, according to the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Northern Ireland.

06/02/2018

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'Urgent action needed to address rough sleeping problem.' 

Latest figures on rough sleeping in Wales highlight the need for urgent action, says CIH Cymru director Matt Dicks.

01/02/2018

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Fuel poverty campaigners call for more ambitious targets 

Housing campaigners are calling for the Scottish Government to introduce tougher targets to end fuel poverty.

01/02/2018

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New Board leadership unveiled at CIH Scotland 

CIH Scotland has begun 2018 with the appointment of a new chair and vice chair to its Board.

01/02/2018

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More than 150,000 homes for social rent lost in just five years, new analysis reveals 

More than 150,000 of the most affordable rented homes have been lost across England in just five years, according to analysis from the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).

31/01/2018

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Staggering rise in number of people sleeping rough simply unacceptable says CIH 

Figures released today by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government show that the autumn 2017 total number of rough sleepers counted and estimated in England was 4,751, up 15% from 4,134 in autumn 2016 and 169% from 1,768 in autumn 2010.

25/01/2018

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New guidance to help social landlords meet their obligations on allocations and suspensions 

Revised practice guidance is under development to help social landlords prepare for the implementation of new provisions on allocations and suspensions under the Housing (Scotland) Act 2014 over the next 12 to 18 months.

22/01/2018

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New workshop gives people chance to join the debate on social housing 

A new workshop by the Chartered Institute of Housing gives people the chance to join the debate on the future of social housing.

16/01/2018

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CIH welcomes launch of Homes England  

CIH has welcomed the launch of the government's new housing agency.

11/01/2018

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CIH congratulates new housing minister and hopes for continuity 

The Chartered Institute of Housing has congratulated Dominic Raab on becoming the new housing minister and said it hopes for continuity.

09/01/2018

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Chartered Institute of Housing makes key appointments to Scotland team 

Professional body the Chartered Institute of Housing has started 2018 by making two key appointments to its team in Scotland.

09/01/2018

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CIH welcomes new profile for housing after reshuffle 

CIH chief executive Terrie Alafat has welcomed housing being given new prominence in a cabinet reshuffle.

08/01/2018

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CIH Scotland welcomes housing measures in draft Scottish budget 

Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Constitution Derek Mackay MSP has today (14 December 2017) announced the draft Scottish budget for 2018-19 to the Scottish Parliament.

14/12/2017

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Homelessness numbers 'a national outrage' says CIH chief executive 

Responding to the latest homelessness statistics for England, released today by the Department for Communities and Local Government, Chartered Institute of Housing chief executive Terrie Alafat CBE said: "It is quite simply a national outrage that so many people are homeless in England in 2017. We must act now.

14/12/2017

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CIH responds to latest right to buy sales in England 

Figures released today by the Department for Communities and Local Government show that 2,558 homes were sold by councils through the right to buy scheme in England in July to September 2017, while only 744 were started or acquired to replace them using the receipts.

13/12/2017

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Social housing demand at record highs 

The number of households in housing stress in Northern Ireland has reached a record high, according to annual housing statistics released today by the Department for Communities.

05/12/2017

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CIH calls for a property management licensing scheme for Northern Ireland 

Findings from an independent evaluation of a new programme for private landlords has prompted the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Northern Ireland to call for a government backed scheme to recognise landlord accreditation.

30/11/2017

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CIH responds to new social housing sales figures for England 

Figures released today by the Department for Communities and Local Government show that 23,186 social housing dwellings were sold in 2016-17 in England, up five per cent compared to 2015-16. There were 13,652 sales by local authorities and 9,534 by housing associations. Total right to buy sales were 18,110.

23/11/2017

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CIH and ITN Productions collaboration to examine housing crisis 

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and ITN Productions are producing a news and current affairs-style programme exploring how to tackle the UK’s housing crisis.

22/11/2017

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'Budget commitment good but crucial we build the right homes in the right places' 

In response to the budget, CIH's deputy chief executive Gavin Smart said the government's renewed commitment to solve the housing crisis is positive but it's crucial the homes built are homes that people can afford.

22/11/2017

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Budget 2017: impact for Wales 

Reacting to the Chancellor's announcements CIH Cymru examined the impact of the budget on Welsh housing.

22/11/2017

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Calls for more housing to address chronic homelessness 

More housing should be provided to support a pioneering scheme to address homelessness in Northern Ireland, according to the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).

21/11/2017

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New CIH guide makes case for exploring Housing First approach to tackling homelessness 

A new publication from the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) explores the concept of Housing First and the principles behind it and looks at how it is being put into practice across the UK and Ireland as a one of a range of approaches to tackling homelessness.

21/11/2017

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CIH responds to increase in new homes and reclassification of housing associations 

New figures from the Department for Communities and Local Government show that annual housing supply in England amounted to 217,350 net additional dwellings in 2016-17, up 15% on 2015-16 and 3% below the 2007-08 peak of 223,530.

16/11/2017

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Major new CIH project will help to shape the future of social housing 

A major new project by the Chartered Institute of Housing aims to help shape the future of social housing.

15/11/2017

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NI housebuilding recovery ‘very welcome’, but there is still some way to go 

The number of new homes being started in Northern Ireland is at the highest level in seven years, according to new statistics released today by the Department for Communities.

14/11/2017

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CIH responds to new figures on affordable housing in England 

Responding to new figures from the Department for Communities and Local Government showing that an additional 41,530 affordable homes were delivered in England in 2016-17, Chartered Institute of Housing head of policy Melanie Rees said: “It’s encouraging to see a 27 per cent increase in the number of affordable homes delivered in 2016/17. However, very few of them were for social rent, which is significantly cheaper than market rent and the only truly affordable option for many people on lower incomes.

09/11/2017

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New housing sector practice guide launched to support people with dementia 

A new practice guide has been launched to help housing practitioners offer suitable support to people affected by dementia.

06/11/2017

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A year on lower benefit cap is pushing thousands into poverty - says CIH 

A year since its introduction a cap on benefits is pushing people into poverty and putting them at risk of homelessness, the Chartered Institute of Housing has said.

02/11/2017

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CIH responds to provisional reclassification of social housing providers 

Responding to the Office for National Statistics’ announcement that private registered providers of social housing (including registered housing associations) in England will be provisionally reclassified as private non-financial corporations, Chartered Institute of Housing deputy chief executive Gavin Smart said: "Although we have been expecting this decision for some time, it is welcome news.

01/11/2017

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CIH responds to new plans for funding supported housing 

Responding to the UK government’s announcement of new proposals for the future funding of supported housing, Chartered Institute of Housing chief executive Terrie Alafat CBE said: "Today’s proposals give the majority of providers and the many vulnerable people who need this vital housing much-needed reassurance following a long and damaging period of uncertainty.

31/10/2017

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CIH Scotland names Excellence Award winners 

The winners of Scotland’s annual awards for excellence in housing were announced at a special awards dinner at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.

31/10/2017

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CIH Scotland welcomes Local Housing Allowance announcement 



25/10/2017

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UK government's benefit cuts reversal 'good news for NI social housebuilding' 

Responding to Theresa May’s announcement at Prime Minister’s Questions today that the Local Housing Allowance cap will not apply to supported housing or the wider social housing sector, Chartered Institute of Housing director for Northern Ireland Nicola McCrudden said: “This is very welcome news. CIH Northern Ireland has highlighted the impact that cutting housing benefit would have on tenants and social housebuilders in Northern Ireland.

25/10/2017

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CIH welcomes news Local Housing Allowance cap won't apply to social housing 

Responding to Theresa May’s announcement at Prime Minister’s Questions today that the Local Housing Allowance cap will not apply to supported housing or the wider social housing sector, Chartered Institute of Housing chief executive Terrie Alafat CBE said: "This is great news. CIH has consistently called on the UK government to rethink its plans to cap housing benefit for people living in supported housing at Local Housing Allowance rates, because it would have put homes for some of the most vulnerable people in our society at risk.

25/10/2017

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CIH Cymru welcomes Local Housing Allowance announcement 

Prime Minister Theresa May today announced that the Local Housing Allowance cap "will not apply...to supported housing - indeed we will not be implementing it in the wider social housing sector"

25/10/2017

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Removal of the supporting people ring-fence puts services at risk 

CIH Cymru called on Welsh Government to re-think the merging of the supporting people fund with other funding streams.

25/10/2017

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CIH president Alison Inman chooses Women's Aid as her charity of the year 

Helping domestic abuse victims is the goal behind the choice of Women’s Aid as CIH president Alison Inman’s charity of the year.

24/10/2017

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12,000 younger Scots face up to £8.6m rent shortfall from LHA cap, new report confirms 

Around 12,000 mainstream social tenants across Scotland aged under 35 could collectively face an annual rent affordability gap of between £5.3 million and £8.6 million when a UK Government cap on housing benefit (or the housing element of Universal Credit) for social housing tenants at Local Housing Allowance (LHA) rates comes into force in April 2019.

11/10/2017

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Housing professionals invited to launch of new research centre  

Housing professionals are invited to the launch of a new £7.5 million housing research centre.

10/10/2017

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WHQS statistics show more homes meeting the standard 

Statistics released today show that compliance with the Welsh Housing Quality Standard has increased from 79% to 86%.

05/10/2017

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CIH responds to new rent settlement for social housing 

Responding to the government’s announcement that increases to social housing rents will be limited to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) plus one per cent for five years from 2020, Chartered Institute of Housing chief executive Terrie Alafat CBE said: "This new rent settlement is good news for social housing – it provides the stability and certainty landlords need to build more desperately-needed new homes and to invest in their existing homes and services for tenants.

05/10/2017

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CIH responds to Theresa May's announcement of extra £2bn for affordable housing 

Responding to Theresa May’s speech at the Conservative party conference today, Chartered Institute of Housing chief executive Terrie Alafat CBE said: "We have been calling on the government to invest more in genuinely affordable homes for rent so the Prime Minister’s announcement of an extra £2 billion for affordable housing is very welcome.

04/10/2017

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CIH Cymru welcomes focus on housing in Welsh Government draft budget 

Today the Welsh Government announced its draft budget setting out its spending priorities. CIH Cymru welcomes the commitment to prioritise building more affordable homes as the sector continues to work towards the 20,000 affordable homes target set at the start of this Assembly term.

03/10/2017

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CIH Cymru welcomes safeguarding of Supporting People fund in budget deal 

Labour and Plaid have arrived at a budget agreement for the next two years that ensures no cuts to the Supporting People grant. The agreement also provides an extra £10million to maintain spending at 2017/18 levels. CIH Cymru welcomed the announcement.

01/10/2017

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CIH Northern Ireland welcomes proposal to drop social housing 'intimidation points' 

The Department for Communities has today launched a fundamental review of social housing allocations for consultation. Nicola McCrudden, director for the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Northern Ireland, has welcomed the move which she describes as “a long-overdue, but positive development which provides an opportunity to transform the way we allocate social housing”.

28/09/2017

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Homelessness 'a national disgrace': CIH responds to latest statistics 

Responding to the latest homelessness statistics for England, released today by the Department for Communities and Local Government, Chartered Institute of Housing policy and practice officer Faye Greaves said: "To have so many people homeless in 2017 is quite simply a national disgrace and something we must act on now.

28/09/2017

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CIH Cymru urges Welsh Government to protect the homelessness prevention budget 

Welsh Government today released statistics outlining the number of households accepted as homelessness, reasons for homelessness and the number of households in temporary accommodation.

28/09/2017

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New research guide encourages close relationship between councils and HAs 

A close relationship between local authorities and housing associations will be crucial to meet housing need, according to a new best practice research guide by the Chartered Institute of Housing.

25/09/2017

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Majority think welfare policy undermines efforts to tackle homelessness 

The vast majority of councils and housing associations believe government welfare policy is hitting their efforts to tackle homelessness, according to new research.

21/09/2017

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Proposed changes to benefit payments will impact private rented sector landlords - not just social landlords 

Proposed changes to housing benefit (HB) will not only have significant and severe implications for the tenant in receipt of benefit, it will also have serious financial consequences for the private landlord, according to CIH Northern Ireland.

19/09/2017

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CIH Cymru say aspirations in new Welsh Government strategy must be backed up in practice 

First Minister Carwyn Jones today launched the Prosperity for All strategy, building on the commitments laid out in the programme for government to produce a long-term vision for Wales. The announcement included several noteworthy details for housing professionals:

19/09/2017

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Social housing green paper must consider affordability and welfare 

Responding to Communities Secretary Sajid Javid’s announcement today that the government is planning to bring forward a social housing green paper, CIH chief executive Terrie Alafat CBE said: “The time is right for fundamental review of social housing so it’s encouraging to hear Sajid Javid’s commitment today. As well as putting the needs of tenants at its heart, this review must address the crucial issue of government funding for genuinely affordable housing.

19/09/2017

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Holyrood leaders back Scottish Housing Day 2017 

Presiding Officer Ken Macintosh and the leaders of all the main parties in the Scottish Parliament are backing this year’s annual Scottish Housing Day, due to take place on Thursday the 21st September.

19/09/2017

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New qualification for Northern Ireland’s future housing professionals 

The Chartered Institute of Housing Northern Ireland is now offering the CIH Level 5 diploma in housing, an undergraduate level qualification aimed at aspiring housing professionals, supervisors and managers.

18/09/2017

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Grenfell must be a turning point for housing and health 

Commenting on the formal opening of the Grenfell Tower inquiry today, CIH director for Northern Ireland Nicola McCrudden said: “The tragedy of Grenfell Tower has rightfully created a renewed focus on housing and health, and ensuring that these awful events never happen again. The victims and everyone affected by this tragedy are owed this, and more.”

14/09/2017

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Calls for urgent shift in housing funding as new figures reveal imbalance 

New analysis from CIH shows that government investment in the private market dwarfs support for affordable housing.

14/09/2017

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UK Housing Awards 2018 open for entries 

The UK Housing Awards, the biggest and best awards in the housing sector, are open for entries.

08/09/2017

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Welsh Housing Awards shortlists revealed 

CIH Cymru today announced their shortlists for the Welsh Housing Awards 2017. The awards are Welsh housing’s biggest good practice sharing scheme.

31/08/2017

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Less than one month to go to Scottish Housing Day 2017 

With just under a month to go until Scottish Housing Day, the organisers behind the event are encouraging as many housing organisations as possible to get involved and consider hosting an event to raise public awareness of housing options and the great work people in housing do.

30/08/2017

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Steve Hayes, communications manager, 02476 851 788, steve.hayes@cih.org

Louise Fisher, communications manager, 02476 851 783, louise.fisher@cih.org

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Annie - Scotland
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029 2076 5760
07827 805131

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