Scottish Housing Regulator

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North Lanarkshire Council has signed a new Scottish Housing Regulator Assurance Statement which ensures that people living in council homes will have improved access to housing performance information. The new Assurance Statement aims to ensure landlords are responsible for delivering positive outco

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Bill Chapman is to step down from Osprey Housing Group after serving for nearly 20 years, making him one of the group's longest-serving board members. Bill Chapman has held the position of board chair for the past three years and became a tenant of Osprey forerunner Aberdeenshire Hous

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Highlights of the work carried out by the Scottish Housing Regulator during last year have been published today. The Regulator said its annual report and accounts for 2018/19 shows its work to safeguard and promote the interests of tenants, homeless people and others who use the services of social l

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Scottish social landlords continue to perform well in the service areas that matter most to tenants, according to the Scottish Housing Regulator. The headline findings of the Regulator’s sixth national analysis of landlords’ performance against the Scottish Social Housing Charter reveale

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Members of the Gypsy/Traveller community living on social landlord's sites across Scotland are concerned about the condition standards, a report by the Scottish Housing Regulator has found.

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New Annual Assurance Statements will help ensure a culture of assurance, openness and transparency, the Scottish Housing Regulator has said. These annual assurance statements are an important way for social landlords to ensure that they comply with regulatory requirements and legal duties. All socia

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In this new interview for CIH Scotland, George Walker, chair of the Scottish Housing Regulator, offers his thoughts on the new regulatory framework for social housing which came into force in April 2019. Q1. Can you explain to our members what you see as the main changes, challenges and opportunitie

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