The Scottish Housing Regulator has today published its report on the outcome of its statutory intervention at Fairfield Housing Association. The intervention began in November 2018 when the Regulator used its statutory powers to appoint a manager and seven members to Fairfield’s governing
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The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) has today ended its statutory intervention at Fairfield Housing Association following the transfer of tenants’ homes and other assets to Kingdom Housing Association. The transfer took place on 1 December 2021. This followed an independent ballot which saw 9
Tenants of Perth-based Fairfield Housing Association yesterday completed their transfer to new landlord Kingdom Housing Association. More than 95% of Fairfield tenants who voted in an independent ballot in September supported the transfer to Kingdom.
Tenants of Fairfield Housing Association have resoundingly backed the proposed transfer to Kingdom Housing Association with 95.4% voting 'YES' to the proposal.
Kingdom Housing Association has started work on 20 new energy-efficient homes for social rent south of Broich Road in the historic market town of Crieff.
Since the beginning of April, Kingdom Housing Association’s Tenancy Sustainment Team has delivered over £50,000 worth of direct financial support to tenants with fuel debts. Funds were accessed through the Social Housing Fuel Support Fund provided by the Scottish Government and delivered
Tenants affected by unprecedented flooding in Perth during August last year have been welcomed back into their homes by Fairfield Housing Association.
The Scottish Housing Regulator has continued its statutory intervention at Fairfield Housing Association to support the landlord through its proposed transfer of homes to Kingdom Housing Association. In an updated engagement plan published today, the Regulator confirmed that Fairfield had made good
Work has started on 20 new affordable homes as Phase 3 of Kingdom Housing Association’s development on the outskirts of Rattray in Perthshire continues. Phase 3 is part of the Association’s first project in the Blairgowrie area at Glenalmond Road where a total of 50 new homes for social
Fairfield Housing Co-operative will now be known as Fairfield Housing Association after a change of its rules was registered by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).
The Scottish Housing Regulator has reduced the number of statutory appointments at Fairfield Housing Co-operative after "good progress" was made by the landlord. The Regulator appointed a manager and seven members to the governing body in December 2018 after it identified serious weaknesses in
Fairfield Housing Co-operative members and management committee came together on Thursday evening for the organisation's first ever virtual Annual General Meeting. The event was immediately preceded by a Special General Meeting to consider a rules change.
The appointment of a statutory manager at Fairfield Housing Co-operative has been brought to an end by the Scottish Housing Regulator. In a revised engagement plan, the Regulator said the decision has been taken following “significant improvements” to the governance and financial health
Kingdom Housing Association and Fairfield Housing Co-operative have announced a new Collaborative Working Agreement for the provision of shared services. A long successful track record of working together dates back to 2005 when Kingdom completed its first housing development in Perth and entered in
The Scottish Housing Regulator has continued its statutory appointments at Ruchazie Housing Association and Fairfield Housing Co-operative. The Regulator first used its statutory powers in March 2018 to appoint a manager and four members to Ruchazie's governing body after it identified wid