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Join the Scottish Housing Regulator Board

The Scottish Housing Regulator are looking to recruit two new Board members. Applicants are invited to apply by ...

Tackling Complaints with support from SPSO

Tackling Complaints can be a challenge for any TPO and/or tenant. In a recent TPAS webinar we heard ...
Nest Smart Meter

Supporting the health and wellbeing of tenants and homeowners

Photo by Dan LeFebvre on Unsplash Technology Enabled Care in Housing (TECH) is a Scottish Government funded programme ...

Scrutiny Webinar; taking the learnings from our colleagues in Wales

Today we had another successful webinar where we were joined by Michelle McGregor and Leigh Cavaney from Housing ...

Welcome to our 8 new members

We are delighted to announce that 8 new members have joined TPAS Scotland over the last few months. ...

Our Archives

More from the TPAS archives We reissued the 1986 document “Will it Fly, Mr Wright?” and recently published ...

Scrutiny

Our new learning sessions are a real hit. We have had loads of lovely feedback from our recent ...

Regulator & Funding Updates

The Arnold Clarke Community Fund is now open to all UK registered and unregistered charities and local community groups needing ...

TP Certificate Pilot

A Scotland - N.Ireland collaborative partnership The recently launched TP Certificate pilot from TPAS Scotland is already receiving ...

Housing to 2040

TPAS are pleased to share with you that the Housing to 2040 Route Map and the Housing to ...

Members Marvel

Leza our membership officer, hosted a lively session for members and prospective members attended by a range of ...

Learning Sessions

Tenants and staff from across the country have been exploring TP’s role in social housing services. We kicked ...

Stirling Tenants Assembly (STA) is a member of TPAS, and we are grateful for the support and advice which TPAS are always willing and able to provide. Last year our group had the benefit of training given by TPAS, particularly of use to newer members. The TPAS Annual Conference is an excellent learning opportunity. It is also a superb way to meet people from all areas of Scotland and to hear of their experiences with scrutiny and other activities. This is very helpful. TPAS keeps members continually aware of any events, training, study visits, etc. which members may find of interest.

Anna Johnston
Stirling Tenants Assembly

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