The CHMA is keen to share examples of good practice by local authorities, and other stakeholders, where these relate to Housing Need and Demand Assessment and related issues. We hope that this exchange of knowledge and expertise across stakeholders will be useful for preparation of the current round of HNDAs.
This might include a piece(s) of local research or work which you have undertaken in-house or which was produced by a contractors, or it might simply be an example of good practice that you are aware of and would like to share with others. These examples might be recent or historical examples.
Please note that any views expressed in the examples of good practice listed below are the author's views and are not those of of the Scottish Government or the CHMA.
If you would like to share examples of good practice here, please send them to our Mailbox for consideration. All sources will be attributed and acknowledged.
Good Practice Examples
|Tenure Projection Model for GCV||Housing Need and Demand Assessment: Glasgow and the Clyde Valley area supp lementary paper - tenure projection model for GCV area - decription of the model and the main projection results.||Jan Freeke, Senior Planning Analyst , Glasgow City Council (views expressed are the author's views and are not necessarily those of Glasgow City Council). |
|Tenure Change in Scotland: a comparison between 1991-2001 & 2001-2006||Comparison of tenure change in post-census years 2001/06 with tenure change in the inter-census period 1991/2001.||Jan Freeke, Senior Planning Analyst , Glasgow City Council (views expressed are the author's views and are not necessarily those of Glasgow City Council).|