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Regulatory Judgements

The social housing regulator maintains an assessment of individual providers with more than 1,000 homes, regarding their compliance with the economic standards for all private registered providers (ie not local authorities). This is informed by our engagement as set out in Regulating the Standards.

Full regulatory judgement reports will only be published where the regulator's view of a provider has changed and/or there are important issues or concerns to report. Where a provider's grading is unchanged and it is meeting the regulator's standards, only reference to the appropriate governance and viability rating will be published. Where applicable the listings contain a link to the full regulatory judgement report.

You can download the following tables of judgements:

Please note that there are no current registered providers which have a V4 grading for viability or a G4 grading for governance.

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Gradings Under Review

The regulator maintains a list of those providers (see below) where our current published assessment of compliance is under review. These are providers with which we are actively engaging as issues have arisen since our last published judgement that may impact adversely on our view of their compliance with governance and/or viability regulatory requirements.  There are not any providers currently in this category.  Please note that providers currently rated G1 or V1 where we are considering a downgrade to G2 or V2 are not included in the table. This is because G2 and V2 rated providers are still compliant with our economic standards.

Registered Provider

Current ratings

Commentary

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Archived Regulatory Judgements

Where a registered provider ceases to be an independent entity, the HCA regulatory judgements previously published in relation to that provider can be found in the archive table using the link above. 

Following its merger with the Peabody Trust, our October 2013 regulatory judgment of Gallions Housing Association Limited (L4274) has been moved into the archive table.

Following its merger with West Mercia Housing Group Limited, our June 2013 regulatory judgment of Family Housing Association (Birmingham) Limited (LH0713) has been moved into the archive table.

The Tenant Services Authority (TSA) also issued Regulatory Judgements and an archive of these is available on The National Archives' copy of the TSA website. In the absence of a HCA Regulatory Judgement for any individual provider on this website, the TSA judgement in the National Archives remains as the regulator’s current assessment of compliance, except where noted on this page.

If you need more information about a HCA Regulatory Judgement for a particular registered provider please contact mail@homesandcommunities.co.uk or call 0300 1234 500.

A key to Governance and Viability ratings

G1 – The provider meets the requirements on governance set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard.

G2 – The provider meets the requirements on governance set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard, but needs to improve some aspects of its governance arrangements to support continued compliance.

G3 – The provider does not meet all of the requirements on governance set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard. There are issues of regulatory concern and in agreement with the regulator the provider is working to improve its position.

G4 – The provider does not meet the requirements on governance set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard. There are issues of serious regulatory concern and the provider is subject to regulatory intervention or enforcement action.

V1 – The provider meets the requirements on viability set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard and has the capacity to mitigate its exposures effectively.

V2 – The provider meets the requirements on viability set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard but needs to manage material financial exposures to support continued compliance.

V3 – The provider does not meet the requirements on viability set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard.  There are issues of serious regulatory concern and, in agreement with the regulator, the provider is working to improve its position.

V4 – The provider does not meet the requirements on viability set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard.  There are issues of serious regulatory concern and the provider is subject to regulatory intervention or enforcement action.

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