Housemark Scotland

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Scottish social landlords are modernising services and making use of new technology to deliver real, quantifiable savings and improved productivity, according to HouseMark Scotland’s Value for Money Club. The club’s second meeting of the year took place on May 19 in Glasgow.

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Russell Young Many in the Scottish housing community will be looking forward to the 31st May with a combination of apprehension and anticipation. As many will be all too well aware, that is the deadline for landlords to submit their Annual Return on the Charter (ARC) submissions to the Scottish Hous

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An independent report highlighting Eildon Group’s significant economic impact should give confidence and inspiration to the housing sector to continue to innovate and improve, writes Kirsty Wells, head of HouseMark Scotland. Dear Editor,

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Membership of HouseMark Scotland continues to grow with the announcement that, following its recent Value for Money pilot involving small housing associations, both Ore Valley Housing Association and Prospect Community Housing have joined its ranks. A provider of social housing data and insight in t

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HouseMark Scotland, the provider of social housing data and insight in the housing sector, has responded to newly published analysis from the Scottish Housing Regulator regarding the finances of registered social landlords in Scotland. Released last week, the analysis shows the finances of Scottish

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A tenant’s sense of ‘wellbeing’ may have a dramatic effect on satisfaction with their landlord, according to John Wickenden, data analysis manager at HouseMark. John was speaking about a new pattern observed between overall ‘Star’ satisfaction and wellbeing questions at HouseMark Scotland

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This is the question that a group of housing associations have been getting to grips with since June, following the HouseMark Scotland VFM Club meeting that month. Kevin Scarlett, CEO at River Clyde Homes and Jason MacGilp, CEO at Cairn Housing Association have been leading the group’s discussions

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What can the Scottish Charter data tell you? Larger landlords have longer re-let times, the smaller you are, the better you seem to be at resolving ASB cases and rent collection and lettings efficiency appears to be improving across the board…

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