The Scottish Housing Regulator is consulting on indicators to allow it to monitor and report on social landlords’ progress towards the Scottish Government’s EESSH
Minutes of the Regional Networks Chairs & Secretaries Meeting
The Regional Networks were established to enable tenants and residents to engage and work practically with the Scottish Government on development of national housing policy.
Since the beginning of lockdown in March 2020, the Regional Networks have been embracing new ways of working to ensure the voices and views of tenants, residents and communities continue to be heard despite the challenges of the pandemic.
SHR Liaison Group Meeting
The Local Government and Communities Committee has today launched a call for views on the Fair R
The Scottish Parliament are doing a survey on people’s experiences of the Community Empowerment Act.
The Regional Networks were set up in 2008 to enable tenants, residents and the Scottish Government to work collaboratively on issues of national policy.
Our objective is to improve the housing and well-being of tenants and residents in Scotland.
We work to promote tenants’ and residents’ interests in housing, planning, community regeneration, the environment and community safety.