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  • The Regulator of Social Housing is all set to strengthen consumer regulation. Do you know your customers? Now is the time to listen and act.

    The Regulator of Social Housing shared its policy paper earlier this month (17 November) providing an overview of its early thinking on how it plans to re-shape consumer regulation and implement the changes set out in the Social Housing White Paper.

    Join us and colleagues from DTP as we give an overview of the Regulator’s document: 

    • Principles and outcomes
    • New Consumer Standards
    • Consumer regulation approach
    • Tenant Satisfaction Measures (TSMs)

     And outline:

    • What Registered Providers should be doing now in preparation for the changes
    • Insight into the Regulator’s relationship with the Housing Ombudsman and its consultation on their new Corporate Plan
    • A ‘compare and contrast’ with consumer regulation in Scotland
    • Next steps and timescales

    Sarah Greenhalgh, Partner, Bevan Brittan
    Paul Hillard, Director, DTP
    Emma Wilson, Senior Consultant, DTP

    This event is in partnership with DTP

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