Acuity collects the data for smaller Housing Associations (English organisations with less than 1,000 homes) wishing to take part in the Sector Scorecard. Established by a group of housing associations in 2016, and now watched over by the NHF, the Scorecard is an entirely voluntary initiative. Seven of the metrics overlap with those required by the RSH
Acuity & HouseMark have produced a guide which sets out the definitions to be used by all participants, last updated in May 2019.
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.
Guidance on the definitions provided by the Regulator for Social Housing may be found here: RSH technical guidance for smaller providers.
HouseMark has published findings based on the pilot data; click here for the report and analysis of the pilot data >>