Major changes in tenure over the last 25 years mean that two out of three people in Scotland are home-owners and half of social housing is provided by independent non-profit organisations. Despite these changes, longstanding challenges still remain to be met, and new challenges are emerging.
- looks back over the past decade of Scottish housing policy and forward to the next;
- provides an overview of housing outcomes in Scotland and how housing policy contributes to these;
- identifies challenges arising from economic growth and globalisation trends;
- looks in detail at the policy questions that are most pressing for the market sectors and social housing sector;
- draws conclusions and recommends possibilities for change.