Scottish Housing Regulator

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has updated its list of individuals it will select from when making statutory appointments to social landlords after an open selection process.

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The financial performance of most registered social landlords (RSLs) remains strong, but challenges around increased arrears and voids as well as above-inflation rent increases remain a concern, the Scottish Housing Regulator has said. The Regulator’s director of regulation Ian Brennan was spe

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The Scottish Housing Regulator is to visit ten landlords as part of a project that will result in it sharing lessons from the first round of landlord annual assurance statements. All RSLs and local authorities were required to submit an annual assurance statement by October 31 each year to confirm t

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has underlined the need for landlords to keep rents affordable for their tenants. Speaking at a Tenant Information Service event on rent setting and affordability on Thursday, the Regulator’s chief executive Michael Cameron referenced a report from its National P

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The “significant progress” made by Dalmuir Park Housing Association since serious governance failures forced regulatory intervention has been highlighted in a new report. The Scottish Housing Regulator used its powers to appoint a manager and six members to the governing body in December

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has written to all social landlords to highlight the importance of meeting their duties to keep tenants and residents safe. The letters come after the Regulator identified that some of the registered social landlords it had been engaging with had been unable to show th

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The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has served a Statutory Improvement Notice on Thistle Housing Association in relation to its management of asbestos. The safety body took the action on August 22 after it decided that Thistle had failed to comply with regulations on the control of asbestos.

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Yoker Housing Association has been criticised for failing to recognise its non-compliance with regulatory standards and warned that it must demonstrate its intention to improve “within a reasonable timescale”. The Scottish Housing Regulator has been engaging with Yoker since 2017 having

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