People who rent with a social landlord (such as Elderpark Housing) have special rights relating to fair rent rates, repairs and information. You should feel informed and encouraged to take part in the…
We, as a Housing Association are regulated by a range of bodies to ensure that we are meeting legal standards, delivering high quality services and meeting the needs of our tenants and service users. Head over to our website and check it out -
1/2 The Scottish Housing Regulator's website is a hub for useful information on social landlords. There's a recent guide/ videos for tenants and service users to give info on what you can expect from your social landlord and how to raise a concern. Video 1
📘Freedom of Information 📗
Although most HA’s follow the spirit of making our info publicly available, from today the Freedom of Information Scotland Act makes this a legal requirement. You can access our publication guide & other info on our website at
Our Management Committee have reviewed the Regulatory Framework produced by the Scottish Housing Regulator and are pleased to indicate that we are materially compliant. You can read the statement for further information at
LAST CHANCE to Vote! Let's Win It For Elderpark!
Voting closes at 6 pm on Tuesday 22 October for the Evening Times “Community Champion awards, theres still time to vote for Elderark former Chair Elspeth Millen nominated in SENIOR AWARD “South” region.
Social landlords must submit their annual performance figures to The Scottish Housing Regulator and produce a report for its tenants – we’ve recently published our 2018-2019 report – find out how we’ve been performing recently.