All current consultations are listed below:
Future of Social Housing Regulation in Scotland – Closing 14th December 2018
The Scottish Housing Regulator is consulting on proposals for how it regulates social housing in Scotland. It is inviting tenants, landlords and others with an interest in its work to give their views by 14 December.
In its proposals, the Regulator explains how it will continue to safeguard and promote the interests of current and future tenants, people who are homeless and others who use social landlords’ services.
A key proposal would see the introduction of Annual Assurance Statements for local authorities and RSLs. Through these Statements, landlords would confirm that they are meeting the standards and outcomes in the Scottish Social Housing Charter, and regulatory requirements. For RSLs, these include the Standards of Governance and Financial Management. The Regulator will use the consultation feedback to develop its final Regulatory Framework and guidance for publication in February 2019.
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For help on how to give your views, please call us on 0800 011 3447.