The Scottish Housing Regulator is to continue its statutory appointment of a manager and three governing body members at Ferguslie Park Housing Association for at least another seven months. The Regulator made the statutory appointments in February after it identified “serious weaknesses in govern
The Scottish Housing Regulator has recruited a team of tenant advisors as one way of bringing a tenant perspective to the Regulator’s scrutiny of landlords’ services. The Regulator’s initiative draws volunteer tenant advisors from across Scotland. It builds on the work of tenant assessors, who
The Scottish Housing Regulator has decided not to extend the statutory appointments to Muirhouse Housing Association following a review of its engagement with the Association. A revised regulation plan from the watchdog reveals that Muirhouse has taken action to address the issues that led to the Re
The Scottish Housing Regulator has continued its statutory appointment of a manager to Wellhouse Housing Association. The manager will continue to support Wellhouse to complete its governance and financial improvement plan.
Christine Macleod The Scottish Housing Regulator has today published an updated guide that simplifies and clarifies some of the steps for landlords to take when designing and carrying out surveys of their tenants and service users.
The Scottish Housing Regulator has published a guide for tenants of a Registered Social Landlord (RSL) which is considering making changes which will result in a change of landlord, or a change of control of the landlord. The short booklet summarises regulatory guidance for landlords, which was issu
Christine Macleod The Scottish Housing Regulator has published a major new report highlighting the importance of providing continued value for money to around 118,000 people who use the factoring services of social landlords across Scotland.
Michael Cameron The Scottish Housing Regulator has published a summary of its work plan for 2016/17, which will see the organisation focus on its three priorities of good services, financial health and good governance.
The Scottish Housing Regulator has published its plans to engage with RSLs and local authority landlords over the next 12 months following the completion of its annual risk assessment. This year the Regulator will engage 51 RSLs, fewer landlords than last year, 47 of which will be medium engagement.