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(from left) Paul Hillard, managing director at Irvine Housing Association; Joan McTurk, community involvement officer at Irvine Housing Association; Nicola Thom, executive director (operations) at Irvine Housing Association; Paul McGregor, chair of scrutiny at Irvine Housing Association; Ilene Campb

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(from left) Ilene Campbell, TIS chief executive; Yvonne Baulk, head of physical environment at North Ayrshire Council; Tracey Wilson, tenant participation manager at North Ayrshire Council and Elaine Byrne, Scotland’s Housing Network director North Ayrshire Council has achieved a Gold accreditatio

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Three leading figures within the Scottish social housing sector who piloted the TIS in partnership with Scotland’s Housing Network, Scrutiny Approved Accreditation framework will share their experiences of the process at a free launch event in Glasgow this autumn. Hosted at the Blythswood Square H

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Over 280 housing professionals, tenants and residents from across Scotland gathered from 10 – 12 June 2016 to share good practice and ideas at this year’s TIS Annual Conference. The Tenants Information Service (TIS) were thrilled to welcome more delegates than previous years at the Westerwood Ho

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The TIS National Excellence Awards 2016 ceremony took place on Saturday 11 June and saw tenant and resident groups and landlords come out on top as they scooped the top prizes for their outstanding work and commitment within the Scottish housing sector. This year, the Tenants Information Service (TI

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Saturday night was a successful night for Hillcrest Housing Association’s tenants when they walked away as winners at the Tenant Information Services (TIS) awards ceremony. A number of tenants volunteer their time to give feedback on services, suggestions on changes to policies and procedures and

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Do you know any organisations or people in housing who are truly making a difference? The TIS National Excellence Awards are about recognising and celebrating truly outstanding work by those who are making a difference in their community and the housing sector.

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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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As part of the national TIS Scrutiny ‘Making It Happen’ programme, over 50 local authority and housing association staff from across Scotland gathered at Norton House Hotel last week for the highly rated ‘The Big Conversation’ Housing Staff ResidentialConference. With the programme being set

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TIS are thrilled to have been voted in as the Secretariat for the Cross Party Group on Housing for the third year in a row. Meetings of the Cross Party Group on Housing, chaired by Margaret McDougal MSP, provide a platform for organisations with an interest in housing and MSPs to share information a

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Francine O’Donnell TIS has welcomed Francine O’Donnell as the new development officer for its South Lanarkshire Project, providing development support to local tenants and residents groups.

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Tenants, housing staff, elected members and board members came together last week to share their scrutiny stories at a conference organised by TIS. As part of the national TIS Scrutiny ‘Making It Happen’ Programme, the day showcased a range of innovative scrutiny stories which have made a differ

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Associates from the Joint Improvement Team (JIT) facilitated two workshops of 50 delegates about the integration of health and social care at the TIS conference on June 6. The workshops, facilitated by Simon Carr and Jill Pritchard of the JIT, invited delegates to consider integration from the persp

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Council tenants in Perth and Kinross are being invited to take part in a review of the housing rent charging structure. Open meetings are being held throughout August and September to consult with tenants on how the new rent policy is devised and how it can be affected by property characteristics su

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