Scottish Housing Regulator

Protecting those who use Social Landlord services

The Scottish Housing Regulator

The Scottish Social Housing Regulator regulates to protect the interests of people who receive the services of social landlords.

They have recently published a guide to their work – How we regulate: A guide for tenants and service users

This short, summary guide lets people know more about:

  • who we are and what we do,
  • what you can expect from your landlord,
  • how you can find out about your landlord’s performance; and
  • how to raise a concern about your landlord.

They have also produced two short videos about who they are and what they do and how to raise a concern about a social landlord.

They are also working with British Sign Language Scotland (BSL) to make a version of the guide for BSL users and will be launching this soon.

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