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Consultation on changes to the intervention, enforcement and use of powers guidance

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Summary

The Regulator of Social Housing is consulting on changes to its guidance on intervention, enforcement and use of powers.

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Consultation description

The Regulator of Social Housing is running an 8-week consultation on changes to its guidance on intervention, enforcement and use of powers.The proposed updates reflect legislative changes, including the introduction of the Housing and Administration regime, the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014 and the move to a standalone status for the Regulator.

The guidance sets out the Regulator’s general approach to intervention and enforcement of registered providers and reinforces the high-level objectives and principles underpinning its approach to dealing with poor performance in a rapidly-changing social housing sector.

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Consultation on changes to the guidance on the Regulator's approach to intervention, enforcement and use of powers

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Annex 1 - Guidance on the Regulator's approach to intervention, enforcement and use of powers

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Published 21 June 2019