Commission on Housing and Wellbeing

Yesterday the final report from the Commission on Housing and Wellbeing that Shelter Scotland set up back in 2013 was launched.

Chaired by the former Auditor General, Robert Black the Commission was established to look at the ways in which housing can and does impact on the wider wellbeing of Scotland’s people – including their health, education, employability and life chances.

The report revealed recommendations for future political priorities and polices to help improve housing conditions in Scotland and generate enhanced wellbeing for everyone.

If you would like to find out more about the Commission, its work and the recommendations from its final report, you can do so via:  where you can also download the full report.