Set up in 1995 as Scottish Housing Best Value Network, Scotland's Housing Network is a consortium of local authority and housing association landlords working together to drive up performance, meet the demands of Best Value and deliver quality services by means of benchmarking, peer review, good practice exchange and information sharing.

If you would like to find out more about the Network and the work it does contact the staff.

Development Timeline

For 5 years the organisation was managed by a small group of Directors from within the 5 founding organisations. As membership grew and the range of activities expanded it became clear that the organisation needed a formal structure.


In 2002 the first employee was appointed a business plan and constitution agreed.  Clackmannanshire Council acted as the custodian of the organisation and Heriot-Watt Univeristy provided employment services and office space until 2011.


The support of these 2 organisations was critical in helping the network to become established and flourish over the following years.

Membership Today

SHN has over 120 members in Scotland and includes a wide variety of landlords both large and small, rural and urban.  This diversity of members ensures that the best practice and innovation is captured and shared.


For more information on our governance or staff click on the links or use the navigation panel on your left.

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Scotland's Housing Network is a registered Charity in Scotland SC042381.

Scotland's Housing Network

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Tel: 0131 581 9222
E-mail: info@scotlandshousingnetwork.org




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