As a business for social purpose, we believe it is important that we are open and transparent in all that we do. We are also committed to delivering value for money across all our services.

Complying with regulation

Clarion Housing Group is regulated by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), which has two distinct requirements – economic and consumer.

The HCA has a co-regulatory approach through which they set the economic standard that our Boards are expected to meet and to which they ensure we comply. This covers governance, financial viability, value for money and rents. The consumer standards are self-regulatory and focus on opportunities to help shape service delivery.

Clarion Housing Group has been rated with the following gradings for Governance and Viability:

Governance rating Viability rating
G2 The provider meets the requirements on governance set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard (issued November 2016) V1 The provider meets the requirements on viability set out in the Governance and Financial Viability standard and has the capacity to mitigate its exposures effectively (issued November 2016)


For information in regards to our compliance with Regulation 113 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, please click here.

If you would like to know more about the regulatory regime that applies to housing associations you can look at the HCA website.

Click here to read Clarion Housing Group Limited’s registered company information and here to read our anti-slavery and human trafficking statement.