Tenure Change in Scotland: a comparison between 1991-2001 and 2001-2006

Freeke, J. (2009) Glasgow City Council/Scottish Government, 13 May 2009. [SLS]

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Since 2008, Scottish Councils have been required to undertake a Housing Needs and Demand Assessment (HNDA) for Development Plans and Local Housing Strategies. An important component of the HNDA is an assessment of future numbers of households, as well as of housing needs and requirements for affordable housing. This involves, amongst others, a projection of likely changes in the tenure distribution for future households.

In order to assess likely future change, it is important to understand recent change. This paper seeks to make a contribution to this by comparing tenure change in the post-Census years 2001-2006 with tenure change in the inter-Census period 1991-2001. ...

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