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The SFHA is the sponsoring body for Model Rules. We liaise with the Scottish Housing Regulator, Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator and the Financial Services Authority on behalf of Housing Associations.
Please note that the 2009 Model Rules are currently under review. A full consultation of members concluded on Monday 15 April 2013. Following feedback received, amendments have been made to the draft which was forwarded to the Scottish Housing Regulator on 10 May 2013 to seek their final comments. Once the SHR has approved the Rules we will then seek to register with OSCR and the FCA. The most recent drafts forwarded to the the SHR are available below:
It may be advisable to wait until the 2013 Model Rules are finalised before adopting the model or making major amendments to your existing Rules. We are aiming to have the Rules finalised by July to allow plenty of time for organisations who may wish to adopt in September (when the majority of organisations hold their AGMs).
Provide advice and guidance to associations on the content of their rules
Ensure the rules have been submitted in the correct format
Ensure that the associated documentation has been completed correctly
Endorse any changes made from the SFHA Model that the Associations rules are based upon
An administration fee of £25+ VAT is charged for this service for Members and £50+VAT for Non Members.
The SFHA Model Rules (Scotland) 2009 is the latest model registered with the Financial Services Authority. If you are a non charitable association, a fully mutual association, community based association or a model co-operative Appendix 3 highlights changes which are required to the standard charitable model.
Summary Guidance on Amendments to Model Rules (you must be logged in to access this document)
Model Rules 2009 (Clean Version) (you must be logged in to access this document)
Model Rules 2009 (With Tracked Changes) (you must be logged in to access this document)
Copies are available to non members at a cost of £50.