The Sector Scorecard aims to provide an agreed set of metrics for housing associations to compare their performance and check they are providing value for money.
Following a successful pilot in 2016/17, the Sector Scorecard was launched in April 2018 to collect data for the 2017/18 financial year.
Acuity is collecting data for English organisations with less than 1,000 homes (SPBM members), while HouseMark is collecting data for larger organisations in England and those based in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Acuity & HouseMark have produced a guide which sets out the definitions to be used by all participants in the 2018 exercise.
Seven of the Sector Scorecard metrics are also used by the English Regulator for Social Housing (RSH) as part of the Value for Money standard to measure economy, efficiency and effectiveness.
For up-to-date information about the scorecard visit the sector scorecard website, which includes an overview of the measures and FAQs.
Please note that some KPI definitions have changed slightly since the pilot. Clarification of the accounting terms used in these definitions provided by the Regulator for Social Housing may be found here: Accounting direction 2015.
HouseMark has published findings based on the pilot data; click here for the report and analysis of the pilot data >>