Social Housing Resilience Group

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The Social Housing Resilience Group (SHRG) has published a report on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on social landlords in Scotland. Using data social landlords provided to the Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) each month during 2020/21, the report aims to help build as full a picture as possibl

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The Social Housing Resilience Group’s Guide to Managing Services has been updated to reflect the latest information on Covid-19 restrictions. Earlier this week, the First Minister confirmed that there would be a delay to the indicative timetable, initially published in March 2021, and an updat

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The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has updated its guidance for social landlords amid new Covid-19 restrictions and the 'stay at home' message issued by the Scottish Government on Monday. Following the announcement of new restrictions and the temporary lockdown now in p

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The Scottish Housing Regulator is to suspend the December COVID-19 monthly data return in recognition of the pressures on resources that the month normally brings for landlords. The monthly return helps measure and manage the impact of COVID-19 on landlords and their tenants and service us

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The Social Housing Resilience Group (SHRG) met for the penultimate time this year as it continued to discuss the significant challenges the coronavirus outbreak is causing so that social landlords can continue to provide the support their tenants and communities need. Convened by the Scottish A

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The Social Housing Resilience Group (SHRG) met last week to review the remit of the group and its alignment with other groups working on COVID-related issues in order to maintain the efficiency of its activities. There was a discussion around the Scottish Government’s recent publication o

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The Social Housing Resilience Group (SHRG) has noted with approval that housing was acknowledged in the Scottish Government’s Programme for Government as an infrastructure issue and core to social and economic regeneration. Among the proposals in the Programme for Government was the estab

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