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RSLs' finances remain robust, but the challenges ahead are significant, says regulator

The regulator’s report is the outcome of its national analysis of the finances of RSLs for the year 2020-21.

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Scotland’s Registered Social Landlords’ (RSLs) aggregate financial performance remains robust and will help them to meet the many and significant challenges ahead. This is the key finding of a report published today by the Scottish Housing Regulator. 

The regulator’s report is the outcome of its national analysis of the finances of RSLs for the year 2020-21.

Shaun Keenan, Assistant Director of Financial Regulation, said: “Our annual analysis shows RSLs’ finances remain robust. That said, the financial pressures on RSLs – and tenants – are significantly greater than in recent times and are only going to increase in the coming year.

“RSLs need to understand these risks and pressures and have adequate financial headroom that allows them to handle what is ahead.  The biggest challenge will be to do this while keeping rents at a level tenants can afford”.

Read the National Analysis of the Finances of Registered Social Landlords

Read all of the statistical information about RSL finances

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