Public Law

The Scottish Housing Regulator has announced that its new regulatory framework will increase the visibility of equality expectations on landlords by introducing equalities as a specific element of landlord self-assurance. The announcement echoes the commitment made by the Regulator in its Discussion Paper on the Regulation of Social Housing, earlier this year.

The new regulatory framework is currently being developed by the Regulator in conjunction with its stakeholders and formal proposals will be consulted upon later this year.

https://www.scottishhousingregulator.gov.uk/news/housing-regulator-signals-higher-visibility-equalities-new-regulatory-framework

Kenzie Sharkey

Kenzie Sharkey

Senior Solicitor at Brodies LLP
Kenzie joined the firm’s Government, Competition and Regulatory Law Team in January 2018 from a background in local government. Working in-house she provided advice on a wide range of property, commercial and social care matters, with a particular interest in community care.
Kenzie Sharkey