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(1)The Regulator must publish performance reports containing—
(a)an assessment of social landlords’ performance in—
(i)achieving the standards and outcomes set out in the Scottish Social Housing Charter, and
(ii)meeting any relevant performance improvement targets,
(b)the identity of any social landlord considered to have failed, or to be at risk of failing, to achieve those outcomes or meet those standards and targets.
(2)The Regulator may include in a performance report—
(a)information about regulatory interventions made by the Regulator,
(b)information about the financial well-being of registered social landlords generally,
(c)such other information about the performance of social landlords or the financial well-being or standards of governance of registered social landlords which the Regulator considers likely to be useful to—
(i)social landlords, or
(ii)persons who are, or who may become, tenants of social landlords or other recipients of housing services provided by social landlords.
(3)The Regulator may publish performance reports as often as it considers appropriate but must do so at intervals of not more than 12 months.
(4)As soon as practicable after publishing a performance report, the Regulator must—
(a)lay a copy of it before the Scottish Parliament, and
(b)send a copy of it to Ministers.
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