A report exploring the challenges facing the Scottish social housing sector, the external risks they face and the ways in which organisations are trying to embed resilience both in terms of individuals and as organisations.
Scottish Risk and Resilience Study of Housing Organisations asks: ‘What is 21st century social housing for’?
A report in partnership with the Wheatley Group, which found that non-market housing, primarily housing associations and council providers, are a bulwark against poverty, provide shelter and often playing leading community anchor roles.
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.
Analysis of the European Commission mission to bring the European Union closer to its citizens.
Event hosted by Scottish Cities Knowledge Centre in collaboration with Policy Scotland.
Ideas Forum hosted with the Scottish Cities Knowledge Centre focused on enterprise and urban economies.
Panel debate organised by Policy Scotland at the University of Glasgow. 12 September 2014. Chaired by Des McNulty, featuring Peter Peacock, Professor Louise Hayward, Philip Rycroft and George McBride. The introduction of the Curriculum for Excellence is arguably the most significant change in Scottish Education for a generation. The policy was adopted following a National…
Thursday 22nd Jan and Friday 23rd Jan 2015 Policy Scotland is delighted to be co hosting this workshop event with the Urban & Regional Economics Seminar Group and the Centre for Innovation Knowledge and Development (IKD) In January 2015. The workshop will examine the challenges facing the regions and nations of the United Kingdon following…