The Regulator of Social Housing, which is accountable to Parliament for the delivery of its statutory objectives, recognises the importance of providing transparency and engaging with stakeholders in relation to the fees charged and the quality of the regulation delivered.
In response to the statutory consultation on fees, the regulator committed to introducing a Fees and Resources Advisory Panel alongside existing stakeholder engagement arrangements.
The FRAP is an advisory body to the regulator with respect to the regulator’s fees, resources and activities.
panel. The organisational membership of the FRAP is included in the Terms of Reference.
The Fees Statement and fees guidance for registered providers is available on the regulation website.