Short paper by Professor Duncan Maclennan on the discussions about the Scottish Government’s proposed ‘New Deal for Tenants’ at the 2022 Scottish Housing Policy Conference.
The UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE) is a consortium of 14 institutions led by the University of Glasgow. The centre is a multidisciplinary partnership between academia, housing policy and practice.
Over the course of the five-year programme, CaCHE researchers will produce evidence and new research which will contribute to tackling the UK’s housing problems at a national, devolved, regional, and local level.
CaCHE is led by former Policy Scotland Director Ken Gibb.
Register your interest in the next Scottish Housing Policy Conference, focused on Scotland’s Rented Sector Strategy.
This major collaborative project by the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence is evaluating the carbon reduction secured by a high-quality EnerPHit retrofit of an eight-property tenement block in Glasgow.
Videos from the 2020 Scottish Housing Policy Conference, organised by CaCHE. with contibutions from Policy Scotland.
Prof. Ken Gibb, Director of the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, highlights the findings from a recent CaCHE research project on the impact of social housing in Scotland.
The COVID crisis created urgent needs for fast policy insights, such as rethinking care for the homeless, the prevention of evictions and rent gouging and minimising the effects of reduced incomes on maintaining mortgage payments and home-ownership. In the recovery phase, issues will include making better economic cases for housing investment programmes and coping with supply constraints…
The summary report from the Shaping Futures project is now published, following a launch in Australia. The report contains ten principles for housing policy and tax reform intended to provide a coherent framework for reforming housing policies.
Expert-led seminar on the private rented sector.