Research - Building the case for social housing investment post-2021
| Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
8th April 2019, at
The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA), Shelter Scotland, and the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland have partnered to commission new research on housing supply need in Scotland post-2021.
As the Scottish Government’s programme to build 50,000 new homes between 2016 and 2021 continues into its third year, the aim of the new research project is to establish how many homes are needed in Scotland in the years post-2021 as well as how much additional investment is required to build these new homes.
The new research follows on from a previous project launched in 2015 by the partners and carried out by researchers from Sheffield Hallam University, University of Sheffield, and the Centre for Housing Research at the University of St Andrews.
The full research briefing is available to download. The commissioning partners invite interested researchers to submit their bids by 8th April 2019.
Any researchers interested in finding out more information about the project should submit their queries to the SFHA’s Research and Policy Officer, Conor Hill, in the first instance on t: 0141 567 6231 m: 07887888349 email: email@example.com.