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    clients Case studies Testimonials Meet our consultants Events Events finder Events hub Exhibition and sponsorship Housing 2015 Housing awards Where you live Cymru Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Scotland England regional boards Canada Asia Pacific Business support Services Corporate partnerships Consultancy It s all under one roof Awarding body Qualifications Find a centre Deliver our qualifications Centre fees Resources for approved centres IRPM Membership Who we are Join today Membership benefits Chartered membership Fellowship Grade changes Webinars Career innovation zone Student zone Fees Continuing professional development CPD Code of ethics and conduct Careers in housing Books and briefings Free publications How to briefings Online bookshop What you need to know about the progress of the Housing and Planning Bill 2015 Register as a member to view this article Become a member Review this briefing Please log in to comment Your comments No comments made yet UK Housing Review 2015 The 23rd edition of the UK Housing Review is now available bringing together the most comprehensive and up to date housing statistics available for England Wales Scotland and Northern Ireland Buy now Subscribe to practice online Practice online is our comprehensive one stop resource for how to do housing It provides

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    consultants Events Events finder Events hub Exhibition and sponsorship Housing 2015 Housing awards Where you live Cymru Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Scotland England regional boards Canada Asia Pacific Business support Services Corporate partnerships Consultancy It s all under one roof Awarding body Qualifications Find a centre Deliver our qualifications Centre fees Resources for approved centres IRPM Membership Who we are Join today Membership benefits Chartered membership Fellowship Grade changes Webinars Career innovation zone Student zone Fees Continuing professional development CPD Code of ethics and conduct Careers in housing Books and briefings Free publications How to briefings Online bookshop What you need to know about the spending review 2015 Register as a member to view this article Become a member Review this briefing Please log in to comment Your comments A 2 council tax levy ringfenced for social care nowhere near enough to stop the impending crisis Parker Susan Yvonne UK Housing Review 2015 The 23rd edition of the UK Housing Review is now available bringing together the most comprehensive and up to date housing statistics available for England Wales Scotland and Northern Ireland Buy now Subscribe to practice online Practice online is our comprehensive one stop resource for how

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    Financial services Working together Our clients Case studies Testimonials Meet our consultants Events Events finder Events hub Exhibition and sponsorship Housing 2015 Housing awards Where you live Cymru Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Scotland England regional boards Canada Asia Pacific Business support Services Corporate partnerships Consultancy It s all under one roof Awarding body Qualifications Find a centre Deliver our qualifications Centre fees Resources for approved centres IRPM Membership Who we are Join today Membership benefits Chartered membership Fellowship Grade changes Webinars Career innovation zone Student zone Fees Continuing professional development CPD Code of ethics and conduct Careers in housing Books and briefings Free publications How to briefings Online bookshop Focus on influencing November 2015 Register as a member to view this article Become a member Review this briefing Please log in to comment Your comments No comments made yet UK Housing Review 2015 The 23rd edition of the UK Housing Review is now available bringing together the most comprehensive and up to date housing statistics available for England Wales Scotland and Northern Ireland Buy now Subscribe to practice online Practice online is our comprehensive one stop resource for how to do housing It provides detailed advice and guidance supported

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    GEM programme Work with us Consultancy Housing services Health and housing Assets and neighbourhoods Financial services Working together Our clients Case studies Testimonials Meet our consultants Events Events finder Events hub Exhibition and sponsorship Housing 2015 Housing awards Where you live Cymru Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Scotland England regional boards Canada Asia Pacific Business support Services Corporate partnerships Consultancy It s all under one roof Awarding body Qualifications Find a centre Deliver our qualifications Centre fees Resources for approved centres IRPM Membership Who we are Join today Membership benefits Chartered membership Fellowship Grade changes Webinars Career innovation zone Student zone Fees Continuing professional development CPD Code of ethics and conduct Careers in housing Books and briefings Free publications How to briefings Online bookshop How to tackle hoarding 01 10 2015 Description Many people collect items at some point or even throughout their lives However there are a percentage of people for whom collecting becomes an unmanageable pattern of behaviour Hoarding disorder is a recognised mental health problem It occurs where a person s pattern of collecting items becomes excessive and unmanageable impacting on their daily life and social activities Our latest How to publication looks at how housing providers can offer help and support to people with hoarding disorder View publication Review this briefing Please log in to comment Your comments No comments made yet UK Housing Review 2015 The 23rd edition of the UK Housing Review is now available bringing together the most comprehensive and up to date housing statistics available for England Wales Scotland and Northern Ireland Buy now Subscribe to practice online Practice online is our comprehensive one stop resource for how to do housing It provides detailed advice and guidance supported by examples of good practice across a range of housing topics Subscribe today Share

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    our consultants Events Events finder Events hub Exhibition and sponsorship Housing 2015 Housing awards Where you live Cymru Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Scotland England regional boards Canada Asia Pacific Business support Services Corporate partnerships Consultancy It s all under one roof Awarding body Qualifications Find a centre Deliver our qualifications Centre fees Resources for approved centres IRPM Membership Who we are Join today Membership benefits Chartered membership Fellowship Grade changes Webinars Career innovation zone Student zone Fees Continuing professional development CPD Code of ethics and conduct Careers in housing Books and briefings Free publications How to briefings Online bookshop Selling off the stock 15 10 2015 Description This interim analysis examines the proposals for sales of vacant high value council homes to finance a new right to buy for housing association tenants View publication Review this briefing Please log in to comment Your comments No comments made yet UK Housing Review 2015 The 23rd edition of the UK Housing Review is now available bringing together the most comprehensive and up to date housing statistics available for England Wales Scotland and Northern Ireland Buy now Subscribe to practice online Practice online is our comprehensive one stop resource for how to

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    together Our clients Case studies Testimonials Meet our consultants Events Events finder Events hub Exhibition and sponsorship Housing 2015 Housing awards Where you live Cymru Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Scotland England regional boards Canada Asia Pacific Business support Services Corporate partnerships Consultancy It s all under one roof Awarding body Qualifications Find a centre Deliver our qualifications Centre fees Resources for approved centres IRPM Membership Who we are Join today Membership benefits Chartered membership Fellowship Grade changes Webinars Career innovation zone Student zone Fees Continuing professional development CPD Code of ethics and conduct Careers in housing Books and briefings Free publications How to briefings Online bookshop What you need to know about the Housing Planning Bill 2015 Register as a member to view this article Become a member Review this briefing Please log in to comment Your comments No comments made yet UK Housing Review 2015 The 23rd edition of the UK Housing Review is now available bringing together the most comprehensive and up to date housing statistics available for England Wales Scotland and Northern Ireland Buy now Subscribe to practice online Practice online is our comprehensive one stop resource for how to do housing It provides detailed advice

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    article Become a member Review this briefing Please log in to comment Your comments I think the Chartered Institute of Housing should oppose the Government proposal as I disagree with sale of council housing to fund this proposal The reason is that the most expensive areas will lose their social and affordable housing and this is where low waged households pay the most private rents and where there are the greatest shortages I believe that if the CIH oppose this many MPs will vote against this as this is expensive idea and will only help a small number of households who are already well housed Affordable housing is hard enough to fund and build and we must retain as many homes as possible for future generations Simmons Cathrine Hannah The proposal by the NFH looks to protect their interests The proposal as I understand it is that they will agree to sell their property to a sitting Tenant for the market value of the property which will be the reduced price to the Tenant plus an amount equivalent to the discount financed by the sale of High Value homes sold by Local Authorities In return they will agree to use that funding to build a replacement home some where in the Country Local Authorities have financed the sale of Right to Buys in their sector since the introduction in 1979 It is wrong for them to subsidise RTBs in the rest of the social sector as well RSLs should finance the discounts through uplift in value of homes sold against the original value of their investment Please do not forget that many homes were developed because Council gave free land to RSLs to develop Social Housing as well as the Government giving grant to support this work Much of the grant was at very high margins 75 80 The whole way of financing this is wrong and it needs to be considered by the country formally through the Housing Bill Livermore Robert Vincent Right to Buy must have been the singularly most destructive piece of housing policy EVER to be introduced and still politicians think it is a good thing Tell that to the hundreds of thousands living in poorly maintained expensive ex right to buys in the PRS Tell that to the hundreds of thousands in overcrowded accommodation with no chance of social housing Its no good opposing the proposals without real costed evidence or alternative proposals I would urge every CIH member to respond to the consultation and make your views known Williams Lesley The portable discount would appear to provide a win win as criticism might be attracted to tenants who could afford to exercise the RTB If RTB is to continue then for tenants any discount should be more focussed on the length of tenancy and the amount of investment rent paid in the property and the community rather than simply a selective benefit for those who happen to have been able to have secure a

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    Free publications Books for sale Consultations Charters Housing rights website Practice online Housing academy Qualifications Training CPD modules In house learning GEM programme Work with us Consultancy Housing services Health and housing Assets and neighbourhoods Financial services Working together Our clients Case studies Testimonials Meet our consultants Events Events finder Events hub Exhibition and sponsorship Housing 2015 Housing awards Where you live Cymru Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland Scotland England regional boards Canada Asia Pacific Business support Services Corporate partnerships Consultancy It s all under one roof Awarding body Qualifications Find a centre Deliver our qualifications Centre fees Resources for approved centres IRPM Membership Who we are Join today Membership benefits Chartered membership Fellowship Grade changes Webinars Career innovation zone Student zone Fees Continuing professional development CPD Code of ethics and conduct Careers in housing Books and briefings Free publications How to briefings Online bookshop Warm homes better lives 30 09 2015 Description This report from Orbit Group and CIH sets out recommendations for tackling fuel poverty and outlines how the UK government can drive its long term commitment to lifting 2 3 million households out of fuel poverty View publication Review this briefing Please log in to comment Your comments No comments made yet UK Housing Review 2015 The 23rd edition of the UK Housing Review is now available bringing together the most comprehensive and up to date housing statistics available for England Wales Scotland and Northern Ireland Buy now Subscribe to practice online Practice online is our comprehensive one stop resource for how to do housing It provides detailed advice and guidance supported by examples of good practice across a range of housing topics Subscribe today Share this page with others About us The Chartered Institute of Housing is the independent voice for housing and the home of

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