Scottish Social Housing Charter
In April 2012, The Scottish Government introduced the Scottish Social Housing Charter, which sets out the outcomes, or results, that social housing landlords should achieve.
The Scottish Housing Regulator uses the Charter as the starting point for assessing a landlord’s performance and will publish performance reports on their website. The assessments against the Charter take place annually. More information on the Charter and the indicators to be used to assess social landlords’ performance can be found on the regulator’s website.