Consultation – the Regulation of Social Housing in Scotland


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The Scottish Housing Regulator exists to

“safeguard and promote the interests of current and future tenants of social landlords, people who are or may become homeless, and people who use housing services provided by registered social landlords (RSLs) and local authorities”.

The Regulator was established in 2011 and is now carrying out a major consultation on how it will work with tenants and social landlords in the future.

If you want to get involved, please check out the information on the Regulator’s consultation pages

The deadline for responses is 14 December 2018.

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#ScottishHousingDay: Charter Report Card – See How We Did Last Year

 

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Each year all social landlords in Scotland provide a wide range of information about Housing performance to the Scottish Housing Regulator for the Scottish Social Housing Charter.

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 Report Card is available online now and shows what performance our tenants think is most important.

We haven’t included details on all the Charter outcomes and indicators but you can find these on the Scottish Housing Regulator’s website

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Angus Dates for Research on Homelessness in Scotland – £15 High Street shopping voucher for participants

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The Scottish Housing Regulator wants to meet with people who have used our homelessness services and has asked Craigforth (independent researchers) to speak to service users

The researchers will visit Angus on Tuesday 27 March for engagement sessions in Arbroath, Forfar and Montrose . Feedback from these sessions will help the Regulator focus on what’s important. 

Please see attached flyers for details of drop-in sessions in Angus:

Everyone taking part will receive a £15 high street voucher as a thank you.