Scottish Housing Regulator

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Christine Macleod A national inquiry report into how social landlords handle complaints has found that while most landlords have accessible complaints policies and handle complaints well, some could do more to promote their complaints policy, and make better use of feedback.

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has revealed that it will have medium engagement with Ruchazie Housing Association during the financial year 2016/17. Ruchazie is considering its future options because its director will be retiring and it is taking independent advice on a strategic options review.

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has highlighted to tenant participation specialists how important it is for landlords to consult with tenants each year about how much rent they pay. In November, the Regulator published a thematic inquiry report on rent consultation which stated that landlords need to

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has used its statutory powers to appoint a manager and five governing body members to Wishaw & District Housing Association. The Regulator decided to intervene after independent reviews highlighted serious weaknesses in Wishaw & District’s governance, risk ma

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has used its statutory powers to appoint a manager and three governing body members to Arklet Housing Association amid “serious weaknesses” in its governance and financial management. An independent review, commissioned by Arklet to investigate a number of complain

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The Scottish Housing Regulator has moved Muirhouse Housing Association (MHA) out of high engagement following a sustained period of improvement at the Association. An updated regulation plan published by the Regulator acknowledges the efforts made by MHA in tackling problems within the organisation

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Turnover for Scotland’s Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) increased by 3.2 per cent to over £1.58 billion during 2015/16 compared to the previous 12 months, according to new statistics published by the Scottish Housing Regulator. Based on RSLs audited financial statements for the year ended 31st

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Kay Blair The Scottish Government’s target to deliver 50,000 affordable homes over the current parliament presents opportunities for some RSLs but could throw up financial challenges for others, the Scottish Housing Regulator has warned.

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