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The regulator is proposing to revise and strengthen the existing Value for Money Standard and publish a supporting new Code of Practice.
This consultation contains proposals on clarifying and strengthening our TIE Standard and the rationale for this change.
This consultation contains our proposals on introducing fees for social housing regulation in 2017.
Consultation on changes to the registration criteria for entry onto the register of social housing for England, new registration criteria for bodies arising out of restructures and on changes to the guidance on the use of po…
This consultation is on changes to the accounting direction for providers. The changes are required to reflect revisions to the regulatory framework.
We are seeking views on changes to the Homes and Communities Agency guidance and the shared ownership model leases.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
This consultation gives landlords, tenants, lenders and others who have an interest in the social housing sector, an opportunity to influence how the social housing regulator will amend the Regulatory Framework.
This consultation seeks views on the revised general consents.
This document sets out the process local authorities and tenant groups will need to follow if considering the transfer of housing to a private registered provider.
Social housing in England: a discussion paper on principles for amending the regulatory framework.
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