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Bitesize briefing - Regulatory Framework Review

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Bitesize briefing - Regulatory Framework Review

Date: 10 April 2019 09:30 am - 01:00 pm
Course duration: 1 day
Venue: Bob Allan Conference Centre, Saracen House, 139 Saracen Street, Glasgow, G22 5AZ
Costs: Members £140.00 / Non-Members £190.00

In January 2018 the Scottish Housing Regulator consulted with registered social landlords (RSLs) and tenants on their regulation and what is needed to support social housing’s continued and future success.

Three of the most significant proposals in this consultation would see the introduction of; the Annual Assurance Statement; engagement Plans for all landlord and a new way to present our regulatory view of RSLs.

The new Regulatory Framework and guidance is scheduled to be launched in February 2019.

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Programme details will be available shortly.

Time

Details

9.30

Registration & Coffee

10.00

Welcome & opening remarks
Alan Ferguson, Director, SHARE

10.05

An overview from the new Regulatory Framework
Fanchea will provide an overview of the new regulatory framework, the changes that are being proposed and waht these mean for the sector.

Fanchea Kelly, Chief Executive, Blackwood Homes and Care

10.30

A reaction from the sector
The implementation of the changes from the sector’s perspective, looking at the challenges and opportunities it presents for organisations and how it may change the shape of governance in the future.

Martin Wilke-McFarlane, Director, Wellhouse Housing Association

10.55

 

The Assurance Statement  
The assurance statement is the change to the Regulatory Framework that caused most consternation.  What will be expected of Committee/Boards and how it is likely to work in practice?

Joyce Orr, Director, Pineview Housing Association

11.20

Tea and Coffee

11.40

The impact on your Committee/Board
How the changes are likely to affect Committee/Boards more generally.  The concern amongst some during consultation was that the changes asked too much of a voluntary Committee/Board.  Is this likely to be the case?  And if so, will increased responsibilities for hamper efforts to attract new Committee/Board members?

Linda Ewart, Consutlant, Ask Linda Ewart

12.05

The impact on the sector – will the Regulatory Framework help or hinder?
This session considers the larger context into which the Regulatory Framework fits.  Looking at the need for change which inspired the new Regulatory Framework, the changes that have been introduced and the challenges that the sector faces going forward.  Will the new Regulatory Framework help or hinder the sector?

David Bookbinder, Director, Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations

12.30

 Q & A panel discussion

12.45

Lunch and Networking

You can also download the programme HERE