A copy of our latest Annual Report can be downloaded via the link below. This provides detailed information about our performance across all of our activities and for some key performance indicators gives a comparison of our performance with that of the average for the Scottish Housing Association sector as a whole.
The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) oversees the work of all social housing landlords in Scotland and is responsible for assessing them against nationally agreed Performance Standards. As part of the assessment process each landlord is categorised as requiring "High", "Medium", "Low" or "Standard" engagement, depending on SHR's view of the level of regulatory risk they represent. Rural Stirling is currently classed in the lowest risk category, meaning that we are only required to supply the Regulator with standard annual returns and information.
Each year the Regulator publishes comparative performance data about all Scottish housing associations. The latest (2009/10) statistics can be viewed using this link to its website
The Association was last inspected by the Scottish Housing Regulator, Communities Scotland, in March 2006 and received “B” grades (defined as “Good – many strengths and some areas where improvement is needed”) for both its Housing Management and Property Maintenance services. A copy of the Inspection Report can be downloaded via the link below.
Performance for 2011/12
For information regarding our performance in 2011/12 please see the link below. We will be providing comparisons with other Housing Associations when available.
Performance for 2010/11
Please see link below to find out how we performed in some key areas from 1 April 2010 to
31 March 2011. We have compared our performance with the Scotland-wide median, other housing associations operating in rural Scotland, and other associations operating in the Forth Valley. You can find further information on the website of the Scottish Housing Regulator www.scottishhousingregulator.gov.uk .