Scottish Social Housing Charter consultation events
Charter review consultation events being hosted by TPAS and TIS, on behalf of the Scottish Government, during June and July. The events are open to tenants, landlords, councillors, RSL governing body members and anyone with an interest in the charter
The Scottish Social Housing Charter which focuses on improving the quality and value of services provided by social landlords in Scotland, and sets the standards and outcomes social housing landlords should be achieving for their tenants and other customers, was introduced in 2012 after extensive consultation with tenants and landlords across Scotland. The Scottish Government has given a commitment to review the charter every five years. It was last reviewed in 2017, and it is now time for another review.
A series of charter review consultation events are being hosted by TPAS and TIS, on behalf of the Scottish Government, during June and July. The events are open to tenants, landlords, councillors, RSL governing body members and anyone with an interest in the charter. All the views gathered in the sessions will feed into the formal Scottish Government consultation which will run from 17 June–9 September.
You can view the dates here.
In addition to the events programme, consultation will be undertaken with remote, rural and island tenants and landlords, younger people, people with support needs, Gypsy/Travellers and homeless people, and their views will feed into the consultation.
Each event is two hours long. Book today to secure your place.
To book with TPAS please phone 0141 552 3633 or email email@example.com
To book with TIS please phone 0141 248 1242 or email firstname.lastname@example.org