Housing strategy and performance
- Local Housing Strategy 2021-2026 (PDF)
- Strategic Housing Investment Plan 2022/23 - to 2026/27 (PDF)
- Wheelchair Accessible Housing Targets 2022/23 - 2026/27 (PDF)
- Strategic Housing Investment Plan 2021/22-2025/26 (PDF)
- Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan 2020/21-2023/24 (PDF)
- Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan 2019/20 - 2023/24 (PDF)
- Consultation report on the Housing Allocation Policy Review 2019 (PDF)
- Consultation report on rent setting January 2018 (PDF)
- Strategic Housing Investment Plan 2020/21-2024/25 (PDF)
- Strategic Housing Investment Plan 2019/2020 - 2023/2024 (PDF)
- Strategic Housing Investment Plan 2018/2019 - 2022/23 (PDF)
- Tenant Participation and Customer Engagement Strategy 2020 - 2023 (PDF)
Statements of intent
Tenants Today newsletter
Scottish Social Housing Charter – how Midlothian Council performed in 2019/20
Scottish Housing Regulator - Landlord Performance
Annual Assurance Statement
Assurance Statement to show that Midlothian Council is compliant with the Scottish Housing Regulator's Regulatory Framework
Scottish Housing Regulator Engagement Plan
Reporting significant performance failures
Midlothian Council complies with the regulatory requirements set out in the Regulatory Framework by the Scottish Housing Regulator.
Midlothian Council must achieve all standards and outcomes set out in the Scottish Social Housing Charter for tenants, people who are homeless and other service users. If you believe Midlothian Council has failed to achieve the outcomes in the Scottish Social Housing Charter, or has not reported its performance annually to its tenants, you can report Significant Performance Failures by contacting the Scottish Housing Regulator.
Housing Need and Demand Assessment 3
We have a legal duty to provide an assessment of housing need and demand, and the providing related services. This falls under the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001. The Housing Need and Demand Assessments (HNDAs) are overseen by the Scottish Government's Centre for Housing Market Analysis (CHMA). It considers whether the HNDA is 'robust and credible'.
The third South-East Scotland Housing Need and Demand Assessment (HNDA3) achieved robust and credible status from CHMA on Thursday 28th July 2022. HNDA3 provides the evidence base for policy decisions in Local Housing Strategies. It also influences land allocation decisions in Local Development Plans. This is subject to agreement of housing supply targets, that will follow.
The South-East Scotland HNDA3 executive summary report and CHMA sign-off letter are below and the full HNDA and further supplementary documents are available through the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Regional Deal website.