Each year we (and all other social landlords in Scotland) provide a wide range of information about our Housing performance to the Scottish Housing Regulator for the Scottish Social Housing Charter. The purpose of the Charter is to:
- state clearly what tenants and other customers can expect from social landlords, and help them to hold landlords to account
- focus the efforts of social landlords on achieving outcomes that matter to their customers
- provide the basis for the Scottish Housing Regulator to assess and report on how well landlords are performing. This assessment enables the Regulator, social landlords, tenants and other customers to identify areas of strong performance and areas needing improvement
An essential requirement of the Charter, is for landlords to publish a Report Card to show what performance customers think is most important. We have prepared our latest Charter Report Card working in partnership with our Tenants Steering Group, and the information is grouped into the areas which are contained in the Charter.
The Charter Report Card contains performance information on selected areas over the last 3 years, and compares to the Scottish average (where this is available). It also shows whether our performance is improving or declining in each area.
If you have any questions about the Report Card or the data, please leave us a comment.