Rents, affordability and reviewing the business plan
About the eventThe Scottish Housing Regulator has thrown down a challenge to all councils and housing associations to make sure rents are affordable to tenants in the years ahead. What does this mean in practical terms? Do long term assumptions on rent increases now need reviewing, and what are the implications for planned expenditure on, for example, improvement programmes and day to day services to tenants?
As well as a session on 'Rents and affordability: the Regulator's view' with Ian Brennan,
Director of Regulation (Finance and Risk) at the Scottish Housing Regulator, this half day event includes different perspectives from both the local authority and housing association sectors.
Sessions will look at...- Rents and affordability: the Regulator's view
- Reviewing the business plan
- Landlord perspectives
- Panel session
Date and location...This half day event will take place on Thursday 28 August 2014 at the Teacher Building in Glasgow.
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