The Scottish Government are carrying out the second review of the Scottish Social Housing Charter and will be holding a series of virtual consultation events between 21st June and 15th July, hosted on their behalf by the Tenants Information Service and the Tenant Participation Advisory Service.
These events complement a formal consultation on the Charter which will be launched on 17th of June with a closing date of 9th September.
The review will cover two broad areas:
1. The Charter document itself to ensure that it is up to date and remains focussed on outcomes that matter to tenants and other customers of social landlords
2. What the Charter is achieving in delivering improved outcomes and standards for tenants and other customers and the effect it is having on the quality and value of the services social landlords provide.
The Scottish Government wants to hear about your experiences since the Charter was last reviewed in 2017 and invites you to get involved in reviewing the Charter.
At the events we will discuss; the impact of the current Charter, the current outcomes and standards, and whether anything needs to be changed or added.
Responses to the formal consultation are sought when it is launched on 17th June.