Scottish Government recently launched the Scottish Social Housing Charter Review consultation.
This consultation seeks views on the Scottish Social Housing Charter. The Charter was introduced by the Housing (Scotland) Act 2010, which requires Ministers to set standards and outcomes that social landlords should be achieving for tenants and other customers through their housing activities. It also requires Ministers to review the Charter standards and outcomes from time to time with the last review being undertaken in 2016.
Alongside the consultation Scottish Government is also inviting social housing tenants and staff to attend a series of virtual events taking place during June and July. At the event, you will have the chance to take part in conversations with other tenants or staff, and share your experiences with us in more depth.
These events will be hosted by the Tenants Information Service (TIS) or Tenant Participation Advisory Service Scotland (TPAS). More information can be found at the of the consultation events website.
Please see the consultation hub to view all open consultations