Tenants in Clydebank can hold their landlords to account thanks to details given in newly-published reports.

The annual Landlord Reports, released by the Scottish Housing Regulator, allow tenants who live in homes provided by social landlords to monitor and compare their landlord’s performance.

The reports show tenants how their landlord has performed against the Scottish Social Housing Charter in important categories such as homes and rents, quality and maintenance of homes, neighbourhoods, tenant satisfaction and value for money.

George Walker, chairman of the Scottish Housing Regulator, said: “On the whole, most tenants are satisfied with their landlord’s performance. Performance varies underneath the national picture and some landlords have more work to do than others to improve.

“Our reports give thousands of tenants across Scotland information about their landlord’s performance.”

Tenants can find the Regulator’s website at www.scottishhousingregulator.gov.uk