Regulation

The definition of accreditation in terms of the Social Housing Act 16 of 2008 means the screening, evaluation, provisional and final accreditation by the SHRA that will, amongst other things, allow a social housing institution to access grants available under the social housing programme.

Therefore, all institutions who intend to carry out the business of social housing must be accredited and regulated by the SHRA. The SHRA must, subject to the provisions of the act, accredit institutions meeting accreditation criteria as social housing institutions (SHIs). Accreditation is granted for 3 – 5 years and all applications are processed within 90 days.

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Compliance Monitoring

The SHRA also regulates certain aspects of tenant management to ensure that tenants are well looked after and reap the intended benefits of the social housing programme.

Legislative Framework

The purpose of these rules is to set out the principles applicable to and the process for the transfer of social housing stock or rights, as contemplated in regulation 13 of the Regulations

Project Accreditation

SHIs and ODAs who wish to apply for funding (CCG) must submit projects to the SHRA pipeline in order to go through the project accreditation process.

SHI Accreditation

The definition of accreditation in terms of the Social Housing Act 16 of 2008 means the screening, evaluation, provisional and final accreditation by the SHRA

SHI Dashboard

The SHI dashboard contains a database of accredited and conditionally accredited SHIs and is organised in the following manner…

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