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SORP Working Party Minutes

The SORP Working Party (SWP) is responsible for advising the SORP Making Body on issues arising from the UK accounting framework relating to housing associations and carry out the detailed work of developing, drafting and maintaining the Housing SORP.  


Housing SORP 2014

The Housing SORP 2014 is available to all SFHA members to download.   Please sign in to access full article and Housing SORP 2014 below, which includes details of the SORP Making Body and SORP Working Party.


CIPFA Reviewing Treasury Management Code

CIPFA is currently reviewing its Treasury Management Code, compliance with which is expected by the Scottish Housing Regulator.


SORP Working Party Update March 2017

John Butler from the National Housing Federation has ciruclated an update on Accounting for SHPS and SHAPS under FRS102.   Sign in to view the full article below.    


Work and Pensions Committee Launch Inquiries

The Work and Pensions Committee have launched two inquiries - the first is a re-launch into Universal Credit, the second is an inquiry into the benefit cap. SFHA would like to ask for member input in order to draft evidence for these inquiries. 


Treasury Management - What Guidance Would Members Like From SFHA?

The SFHA is asking its members what further guidance regarding Treasury Management (if any) they would like SFHA to produce.  This could include a resource where members could download other members' policies and/or the production of guidance. Please sign in to view the whole article.


News (147)View All

Housing Minister visits Cunninghame’s Sweeney Court development

New development, named after association’s CEO, officially closed by Minister.


Community based employment training

Thirty-two young people to be employed by Linstone Housing.


Vice Chair of Grampian Housing Association achieves housing qualification

Peter Kennedy awarded Level 4 Certificate in Housing.


Land value capture: why we need a system that works for all

Originally published in HousingScot on 8 February 2018


New partnership breathes new life into empty properties

Project includes an Empty Homes Officer as part of the initiative. 


Kingdom completes £18 million housing project at Devilla, Kincardine

Development has delivered 133 new homes, providing housing for a range of affordable housing tenures


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