When we look at increasing rents for council homes, we ask our tenants to give us
their views. We must ask our tenants under the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001.
As a council tenant, you can give us your views through our online form or by using one of the consultation options publicised by us each year. You can find out about this, or other ways of getting involved, on our Customer Involvement pages.
In previous years, tenants have told us the following information is important to
- How our rent levels compare with other social landlords
- The quality of our housing
- How well we perform as a landlord
- Why we are increasing the rent
- What rent money is spent on and how this compares to other social landlords
If you would like to participate in future consultations, please complete our Rent increase consultation feedback survey to tell us which areas you are most interested in:
You can download our previous rent consultation results below:
- Rent increase consultation outcomes 2018-19
- Rent increase consultation (TSS) 2017-18
This was carried out as part of our large-scale Tenant's Satisfaction Survey, so only the relevant section is provided:
- Rent consultation 2016-17
- Rent consultation 2015-16
For more information about our Tenant's Satisfaction Surveys, or any part of the rent consultation, please contact us.
You can find our more about housing rents across Scotland, and how we perform against other landlords, on the Scottish Housing Regulator's website.
You can contact us by emailing or calling:
Alternatively, you can ask for more information at your local One Stop Shop/Advice and Support Hub.