Tenure change in Scotland

Freeke, J. (2013) Making the Case for the Social Sciences No. 8: Longitudinal Studies. Academy of Social Sciences: London, 1 June 2013. [SLS]

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In the past 30 years there have been major shifts in housing tenure in Scotland, resulting initially from housing regeneration as well as 1980 legislation enabling council tenants to buy their homes, and more recently a doubling of the proportion of households living in private rented housing.

Jan Freeke, a senior planning analyst working for Glasgow City Council, researched recent tenure change using data from the Census of population, the Scottish Household Survey and the Scottish Longitudinal Study to better understand the demographic factors underlying changes in demand.

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Output from project: 2007_009


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