- Who We Are & What We Do
- Management Committee
- Senior Management Team
- Our Core Values
- Constitutional Documents
- Code of Conduct
- Our Subsidiaries
- Equal Opportunities Statement
- Ethical Standards
- Our History
- Our Membership Policy
- Joining our Management Committee
- Entitlements, Payments & Benefits
- Our Priorities
- Our Relationship with the Regulator
- Making a Complaint
- How We Make Decisions
- Our Performance
- Our Money and How it is Spent
- Who We Work With
Our Relationship with the Regulator
Please find below our statement about the engagement plan (level of contact) our Regulator, the Scottish Housing Regulator, currently has with us.
We were pleased to be assessed as Compliant by the Scottish Housing Regulator again. This means the Regulator is satisfied with both our financial and non-financial information received from us and don’t require any further assurance from us at this point in time.
The Regulator’s assessment takes account of our Annual Return on the Charter (ARC) and our progress towards meeting the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) both of which we submit each May. Financial information includes our audited accounts, five year financial projections and loan portfolio returns.
The Regulator’s aim is to protect the interests of tenants, homeless people and others who use the services provided by social landlords like the Association.
|Engagement Plan 2023
|Engagement Plan 2022
|Engagement Plan 2021
|Engagement Plan 2019
|Engagement Letter from Regulator 2018
Please note an engagement plan was not issued in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Scottish Housing Regulator regulates to protect the interests of tenants, homeless people and others who use social landlords' services.
They focus on:
- driving improvements in services
- maintaining and improving RSLs’ governance
- financial health in RSLs and cost and efficiency in all social landlords
For more information or to contact them, visit their website here.