The Scottish Government’s Social Housing Charter came into force in April 2012. The Charter sets out the standards and outcomes that:
- tenants can expect from social landlords, in terms of the quality and value for money of the services they receive, the standard of their homes, and opportunities for communication and participation in the decisions that affect them
- homeless people can expect from social landlords in terms of access to help and advice, the quality of temporary accommodation, and continuing support to help homeless people access and keep a home
- owners can expect from the property management services they receive from social landlords
- Gypsy / Travellers can expect in terms of the maintenance and management of sites
We monitor, assess and report on landlords’ performance against the Charter. Find out more about our reports and guidance for landlords below.
- Landlord reports and comparison tool
- National reports on the Scottish Social Housing Charter
- Technical guidance for landlords for reporting year 2018-19 with data collected in returns due in May 2019.
- We have published new Charter technical guidance and FAQs for reporting year 2019-20 with data collected in returns due in May 2020.