Published: 31st May 2019

Campbell Tickell partner, Sue Harvey and associate consultant, Eric Tamanis outline their top 10 tips for smooth regulatory return. The Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) has been noticeably tetchy of late about the accuracy of data returns it receives from English registered providers (RPs). Data quality has been mentioned as a factor in several recent governance downgrades. The RSH’s anxieties arise from two broad concerns. First, if an RP is sending inaccurate or incomplete data to the regulator, what then is the quality of the data provided to the board and thus the potential impact on the quality of board decisions? Second, in planning for the resources required for annual stability checks, the RSH depends on data returns being clean and accurate in order to concentrate its attention on areas where there have been significant year-on-year changes. Campbell Tickell has supported many housing associations as they prepare their regulatory returns; … (To read the full article, subscribe below)