The Social Housing Regulation Act includes a range of potential governance and funding implications.  In this digest, Louise Leaver and Sarah Greenhalgh look at the impact of the Transparency, Influence and Accountability Standard.

  • Involving tenants within a registered providers decision making process:

    • 'meaningful involvement'
    • tenant influence and the scrutiny of policies
  • Change of landlord or management arrangements

    • involvement within consultations, and when
    • delivery of social purpose
    • taking tenant feedback into consideration 
    • diverse needs
  • Corporate implications

    • group structures
    • regulatory requirements
    • governance framework and structures
    • corporate documentation
  • Finance arrangements

    • Loan agreements
    • 'regulation framework' definition
    • 'serious detriment' test
    • fines
    • demonstration of compliance
    • enforcement tools

NOTE: the Consumer Standards Consultation has now closed (17 October 2023)












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