Christine Macleod to retire from Scottish Housing Regulator
The Scottish Housing Regulator’s longest-serving staff member, Christine Macleod, has announced her retirement.
Currently director of regulation, Christine has been a central figure in the regulation of Scottish social landlords for more than 20 years.
Christine’s distinguished career in social housing began with housing management roles in Glasgow City Council and Govanhill Housing Association. She then moved to government agencies, working firstly with Scottish Special Housing Association then Scottish Homes in housing management, estate regeneration and management consultancy roles.
Christine took her first regulation post with Scottish Homes in 1995 and since then has worked in a number of regulatory roles with Scottish Homes, Communities Scotland and the Regulator.
Christine will retire on Wednesday 15 August.
Michael Cameron, Scottish Housing Regulator chief executive, said: “I’d like to pay tribute to Christine’s significant contribution to Scottish social housing. She is immensely knowledgeable and passionate about social housing. I personally have greatly valued her expertise and advice. We wish her a long and happy retirement.”