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Chartered Institute of Housing         
Chartered institute of housing
The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) is the professional body for those working in the housing profession in the United Kingdom. It has a royal charter, gained in 1984.
Chartered Institute of Journalists         
The Chartered Institute of Journalists is a professional association for journalists and is the senior such body in the UK and the oldest in the world.
Securities & Investment Institute; Sii diploma; CISI; Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI); Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment; Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment; CISI Diploma
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Examples of use of Chartered Institute of Housing
1. This is a significant achievement, according to John Perry, policy analyst for the Chartered Institute of Housing.
2. Ms Kelly unveiled the proposals – described as the widest–ranging changes to social housing rules in over 30 years – at the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH)‘s annual conference in Harrogate.
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4. 18.10.2005: Yvette Cooper – response to Simon Jenkins 12.10.2005: Excessive social housing blights communities, minister says 11.10.2005: Warning over affordable homes shortage 05.10.2005: Campaigners publish housebuilding demands 30.0'.2005: Rebuff for ministers on council homes funding 28.0'.2005: Council gives green light to homes demolition plan 27.0'.2005: Older people fuelling housing crisis, charity warns The GlossaryA–Z guide to public services and voluntary sector speak Useful sitesSouth–east Regional Assembly: South–east Plan Campaign to Protect Rural England National Housing Federation Chartered Institute of Housing Local Government Association Office of the Deputy Prime Minister