Organisations will also detail any areas where they believe they do not currently comply with the standards and give details of how they proposed to address this. It must be stressed that as per standard SHQS practice, exemptions must be kept continually under review, since changes in technology, funding streams and legal parameters will allow dwellings which were previously exempt to become compliant.
Footnotes 11 Risk Management Please select which ones you would like to opt-in to receive by email. Strategic asset management and financial planning 6. Thus by almost all boilers would either have been upgraded to the relevant standard or be within a few years of being upgraded.
This is the first wholesale review of the Regulatory Framework which was introduced in In some cases, landlords will have independent data on the energy use of a house from smart technology. Tweet The Scottish Environment Protection Agency SEPA has published a new handbook to help local authorities and landowners implement natural flood management measures.
The consultation period will be from October to mid-December, so please plan this in to your governing body cycle. Where there is a mixture of tenure types it can be difficult to organise repair and maintenance work in buildings.
Evidence that the technology provides an improvement in the thermal efficiency of a building; A reasonable expectation that future improvements in the evaluation of energy efficiency will recognise the benefits of the technology; Engagement with tenants to show support for the technology; and Ongoing monitoring to demonstrate benefits.
This includes, fromcircumstances where landlords, despite all reasonable efforts, cannot access external funding to pay for a measure necessary to achieve the EESSH. Inthe regulator published an SHQS progress report.
Social landlords will want to carefully consider these when updating their business plans, determining their own estimations of cost and planning their EESSH investment strategy.
Strategic asset management and financial planning SAP and traditional buildings 5. Before Ministers can make regulations, they must consult bodies representing location authorities and registered social landlords, among others.
The consultation documents will be launched by the SHR in October and will require responses by mid December These tables are given at ten point intervals but the scales are linear. This methodology gives a much lower modelled energy efficiency than is actually experienced by tenants.
The SHR has advised that a number of the matters considered at the stakeholder meetings will be included within the consultation. Similarly to the above, the cyclical replacement of windows would also have occurred without the introduction of EESSH.
The more organisations that consider and respond to the consultation, the more likely we are to get a framework that works for everyone. Energy efficiency improvements should take account of appropriate materials and the need for ventilation to allow buildings to breathe.
The SHR are keen to minimise any additional administrative or regulatory burdens on RSLs and instead see these statements as building on good practice work already undertaken within the sector.
All the information is being considered by the SHR and will contribute to the development of their revised regulatory framework consultation document. Site providers will need time to plan and carry out the required improvements, so these standards will not take effect until Even in the absence of EESSHboilers would need to be replaced as they come to the end of their working life, and the replacement boiler would have to comply with relevant regulations.
The energy efficiency improvements driven by the EESSH are intended to make it easier for tenants to heat their homes comfortably. If landlords are satisfied that an innovation provides tangible benefits for energy efficiency and is in the best interests of tenants, they can consider a measure which, on paper, does not meet the minimum standard.
Appendix Q of the SAP methodology includes a process for evaluating innovative technology. See the topics considered in this factsheet: Business as Usual BaU The SHR has also being meeting with other stakeholders including local authorities and registered tenant groups, to gather a wider set of opinions and ideas.
Discrepancies in EPC data 5. Similarly to the above, the cyclical replacement of windows would also have occurred without the introduction of EESSH. Scott-Moncrieff Scottish Housing Regulator External Audit Plan /17 Introduction 1.
This document summarises the work plan for changing business needs. Our aim is to add guidance issued by Scottish Ministers. Independent auditor’s report Our opinion on the truth and fairness of the.
The Highland Council has launched online consultations to discuss planning and housing issues across the region. A review of the council’s main planning policy document, the Highland-wide Local Development Plan (HWLDP), is also included. Revised Scottish Government guidance for social landlords on the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH), December This document may not be fully accessible.
Contents.supports business and investment planning processes and enables accurate reporting to the Scottish Housing Regulator. SAP and RdSAP. The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) has also published advice on Strategic Asset Management in August Business as Usual (BaU) When undertaking a costing for the EESSH, it is important to identity those costs which are additional to those which would have arisen in.
Measuring the Scottish Social Housing Charter Outcomes Introduction submitting an Annual Return on the Charter (ARC) to the Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR), things) to drive business planning, service development, VFM and to produce and implement improvement plans.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has published a new handbook to help local authorities and landowners implement natural flood management measures. The Natural Flood Management Handbook was launched at an event held by the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental.Scottish housing regulator business planning guidance document