Introduction

Want to shape the next social housing Charter?


Come along to give the Scottish Government your views at one of these free consultation events:

Charter Review Consultation Events 2016

Location

Date

 

 

Dundee - Discovery Point

24 May

Aberdeen - Town House

26 May

Ayr - Town Hall

31 May

Edinburgh - Victoria Quay

2 June

Glasgow - Atlantic Quay

7 June

Stirling - Raploch Community Campus

15 June

Dumfries - DGHP Board Room

17 June

Linlithgow - Burgh Halls

24 June

Glasgow - Atlantic Quay

28 June

Musselburgh -  Brunton Hall

30 June

Kilmarnock - WG13 Community Venue

5 July

Inverness - The Townhouse

7 July

Charter Review Consultation Events 2016

All events start at 11am and finish at 3pm

 

These events are free to attend. No additional expenses will be paid

You can Download a copy of the current Scottish Social Housing Charter here.

 
I am high priority medical for a bottom flat with my RSL and yet they publish a 19% annual allocation for general transfer list and a 4% allocation on high ...

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Alan Parker, Tenant - Shettleston

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It seems that much consideration has been given to the homeless but in my opinion a much more vulnerable group are those with physical disabilities.
People with physical disabilities even with ...

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1 reply | 12 people like this

 
We welcome the Housing Charter as we feel this will help benefit our membership and the work we do and the work of the housing provider and look forward to ...

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russell easton, Tenant - edinburgh

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The key is Tenancy Sustainment. Failing tenancies are bad news for people and bad business for landlords. There should be indicators published of the costs of failed tenancies.

Landlords could be ...

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Barry Marlow, Housing professional - Suffolk, England

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The key is Tenancy Sustainment. Failing tenancies are bad news for people and bad business for landlords. There should be indicators published of the costs of failed tenancies.

Landlords could be ...

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Barry Marlow, Housing professional - Suffolk, England

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I am high priority medical for a bottom flat with my RSL and yet they publish a 19% annual allocation for general transfer list and a 4% allocation on high ...

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Alan Parker, Tenant - Shettleston

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I cannot for the life of me see where the concern is about red tape/beaurocracy re the Charter outcomes. Good quality services provided by existing landlords will not be ...

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hugh mcclung, Tenant - Stirling

4 replies | 12 people like this

 
It seems that much consideration has been given to the homeless but in my opinion a much more vulnerable group are those with physical disabilities.
People with physical disabilities even with ...

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| 22 April, 2016