Piece reflecting on the peak in home ownership, now at a 25 year low, and how has been redistributed into the quickly growing buy-to-let rental market .
Piece on the debates around the need to shift the preponderance of new housing supply from the large volume house builders towards small and medium-sized builders.
Professor Ken Gibb writes on the policy choices to be presented in UK General Election in May 2015.
A report from GoWell in the East End examines the likelihood of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and associated regeneration activities, having economic impacts upon the East End.
By Kenneth Gibb, University of Glasgow The 20th Commonwealth Games have come and gone. Glasgow has demonstrated that it can successfully deliver a large-scale, global, multi-sport and cultural event. It can fill the stadia, shuttle people around the city relatively efficiently, and generally provide a positive and memorable experience for visitors and residents alike. I…
Housing tenure has little to do with economic and social policy performance. So is the UK set to continue its recent shift from home ownership to rental?
After a century and more when Scotland has been one of the ‘poor relations’ within the UK, it now has a poverty rate which is lower than the national average.
This year’s budget is a critical milestone on the road to the European elections, the Scottish Referendum and primarily next year’s general election. So what should George Osborne do?
The Policy Scotland homelessness policy reunion event is an opportunity to hear from those most closely involved in the development of the homelessness policy, the ‘inside story’ of how the policy evolved and its passage into legislation.
Report on land value taxation debate at the Scottish rural housing conference.