Scottish Housing Regulator

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The Scottish Housing Regulator is offering tenants of social landlords the chance to get involved directly in the regulator’s work and bring a tenant perspective to its scrutiny of landlords’ services. This new initiative builds on the work of the regulator’s existing tenant assessors, who hav

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has published an updated regulatory advice note on incidents of fraud against RSLs in Scotland. The advice note, which revises the previous notice from September 2012, alerts RSLs to recent fraudulent activity and highlights the importance of effective procedures to gu

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has used its statutory powers to appoint a manager to Ferguslie Park Housing Association and to make three statutory appointments to its governing body. The regulator has identified a number of serious weaknesses in Ferguslie Park’s governance and financial managemen

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Social landlords in Scotland are performing well against the standards and outcomes in the Scottish Social Housing Charter and either maintaining or improving on the previous year, according to a new report. The second National Report on the Scottish Social Housing Charter from the Scottish Housing

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Social landlords can now use a new online portal to apply to the Scottish Housing Regulator for consents or to report notifiable events, making the process quicker and easier. The new approach follows a period of testing with a group of landlords and replaces the existing process of email and corres

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The Scottish Housing Regulator is to continue its statutory appointment of a manager to support Wellhouse Housing Association complete its governance and financial improvement plan and consolidate recent progress. A manager was appointed to the Easterhouse landlord in December 2014 after an independ

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has decided to end the appointment of the statutory manager at Muirhouse Housing Association. A revised regulation plan highlights that Muirhouse has made good progress in dealing with the issues that led to the regulator’s statutory intervention in December 2014.

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has moved Maryhill Housing Association from high to medium engagement following a number of governance and performance improvements. A revised regulation plan revealed that Maryhill carried out a structural review of the organisation and developed a comprehensive deliv

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