The Scottish Land Commission has announced a free day-long seminar on public interest-led development, bringing together developers, local authorities, architects, surveyors, investors and members of the public. The seminar, taking place in Glasgow on 25 April 2018, will consider:
Big civic projects such as building affordable homes at a scale similar to the construction projects seen post WW2 must be led by the public sector, according to a new discussion paper. Commissioned to open up discussion about making more of Scotland’s land, The Delivery of Public Interest Led Dev
A “dysfunctional land market” lies at the root of Scotland’s housing crisis and intervention is required to increase the supply of land for new homes, according to a new discussion paper. The first in an independent series of discussion papers commissioned by the Scottish Land Commission, ‘T
Commissioners (from left) Megan MacInnes, Prof David Adams, Andrew Thin, Bob McIntosh, Dr Sally Reynolds and Lorne MacLeod The new Scottish Land Commission has been formally established and started its work.