Regulating the Standards
The approach the social housing regulator takes to regulation, what providers can expect of us, and how we ensure standards are being met.
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Regulating the Standards sets out the social housing regulator’s operational approach to assessing registered providers’ compliance with the economic and consumer standards. It describes the contact social housing providers can expect to have with the regulator and the way that we seek assurance from them to inform our regulatory judgements.
The document also outlines the information we require to regulate effectively and proportionately, as well as explaining other aspects of the regulator’s role such as the maintenance of the statutory register of providers.
This document will be updated shortly to incorporate changes arising from the deregulatory measures on 6 April 2017. These measures are contained in section 92 (and Schedule 4) of the Housing and Planning Act 2016.
Published: 17 January 2014
Updated: 15 December 2016
- Regulating the Standards updated (15 December 2016).
- Updated the Regulating the Standards document.
- Regulating the standards June 2015 document added.
- 2 new documents added; Consumer Regulation Guidance and New Approach to Regulation.
- First published.