More than 16,000 social housing tenants across West Dunbartonshire can now look up their landlord to see how they compare to others across Scotland.

The 2019 landlord reports provide data to help scrutinise how your landlord measures up on areas which matter the most including homes and rents, quality and maintenance of homes, neighbourhoods, tenant satisfaction and value for money.

Compiled by the Scottish Housing Regulator, the annual reports provide information about how individual landlords perform against the Scottish Social Housing Charter.

The reports, which are now in their sixth year, are designed to help tenants hold their landlords to account.

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Alongside its individual landlord reports, the regulator has also published a charter headlines report on the performance picture nationally. It shows that most social landlords across Scotland are performing well against the Scottish Social Housing Charter. Landlords have maintained a strong performance across most of the charter standards. Overall tenant satisfaction remains high with nine out of ten tenants satisfied with their landlord’s performance.

George Walker, chair of the Scottish Housing Regulator, said: “It’s good to see the continued strong performance from Scotland’s social landlords this year. They’ve maintained performance across the majority of the charter standards and outcomes and continue to do well in the areas tenants said matter most.

“Alongside our national analysis, our landlord reports and comparison tool have gone live. These simple tools let tenants find out about and compare their own landlord’s performance against the charter.”

Tenants can read reports and access the comparison tool at