Scottish Housing Regulator publishes new report on how it assesses risk
The Scottish Housing Regulator has made more information available about how it assesses risk in registered social landlords (RSLs) and local authorities in the latest reports in its new ‘How we work’ series.
Michael Cameron, SHR chief executive, said: “We want to be as open as possible about how we regulate so tenants and service users, landlords and others have a clear understanding of what we do, how we do it and why we do it.
“These information notes will help tenants and landlords to understand more about how we decide the level of engagement we will have with each landlord.”
The regulator’s first ‘How we work’ provided more information about how it works with RSLs about a potentially serious issue or concern. It also published a summary of its work plans earlier in the year.
The regulator is set to make even more information about how it works available later this year when it will publish a summary of the risks it will focus on in its next annual risk assessment.
Read How we work - How we assess risk in RSLs
Read How we work - How we assess risk in local authorities’ landlord and homlessness services