Brenda Higgins The statutory appointment of a manager and five governing body members at Wishaw & District Housing Association is to continue despite improvements being made to its governance, risk management and financial planning.
Self-assessing against regulatory standards of governance and financial management helps landlords improve their governance, a new report from the Scottish Housing Regulator has found. All landlords understand the Regulator’s requirement to assess themselves against regulatory standards. The repor
The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) has published updated regulation plans for three registered social landlords (RSLs) as each undergo various changes within their organisations. The reports outline the level of engagement the Regulator will have with Abbeyfield Scotland, Argyll Community Housing
The Scottish Housing Regulator has published a report which details the “fundamental failings” which led to its statutory intervention at Wellhouse Housing Association. A manager was appointed to the Easterhouse landlord in December 2014 after an independent investigation at Wellhouse highlighte
A precautionary review in South Ayrshire will ensure that all properties meet relevant safety standards The Scottish Housing Regulator written to all social landlords in Scotland to issue fire safety advice following the recent tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in London.
Muirhouse Housing Association (MHA) is celebrating its successful transition from high to low engagement with the Scottish Housing Regulator. In a statement, MHA acknowledged the Regulator's support in reaching the milestone, a "fitting way" for the association to celebrate its 25th anniversary this
The Scottish Housing Regulator has published an overview of its engagement plans during 2017/18 following an annual assessment of the risks facing all social landlords. The report provides a full list of the landlords the Regulator will engage with this year and also sets out its reasons for engagem
The Scottish Housing Regulator has announced it will begin a planned review of its Regulatory Framework, including a review of Charter indicators, as it outlined its plans for the upcoming year. The Regulator said it will work closely with stakeholders on the review of the Framework, which explains
Michael Cameron The Scottish Housing Regulator is urging all registered social landlords (RSLs) to make sure they fully comply with their own rules following recent interventions at two housing associations.
The Scottish Housing Regulator has published its plans to engage with social landlords during 2017/18. The Regulator will engage with 56 registered social landlords (RSLs) and 20 local authority landlords over the course of the year - five more RSLs and one more local authority than last year.
Ian Brennan New analysis of the financial health of registered social landlords (RSLs) in Scotland has revealed that most RSLs are continuing to manage their resources to ensure their financial well-being and economic effectiveness.
Four governing body members have been appointed to Molendinar Park Housing Association by the Scottish Housing Regulator. The Regulator took the statutory action after the Association identified that its governing body did not meet its own constitutional requirements and sought support from the Regu
Registered social landlords (RSLs) in Scotland continue to have access to sufficient finance as lenders maintain their investment in the social housing sector, the Scottish Housing Regulator has found. Detailed analysis of the borrowing and other funding arrangements that RSLs had in place as at 31