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Review of the Highland Housing Alliance and the Highland Revolving Landbank Fund

DescriptionResearch to review the activities of the Highland Housing Alliance and the Highland revolving landbank, drawing conclusions on the extent to which they have increased the supply of housing in Highland, identifying success factors and any barriers to success
ISBN9780755972708
Official Print Publication DateFebruary 2009
Website Publication DateFebruary 06, 2009

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CONTENTS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ABBREVIATIONS

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
RESEARCH OBJECTIVES
EQUALITIES STATEMENT

CHAPTER TWO: RESEARCH METHOD

CHAPTER THREE: GOVERNANCE OF THE LAND BANK FUND AND THE HIGHLAND HOUSING ALLIANCE
GOVERNANCE OF THE LAND BANK FUND
GOVERNANCE OF THE HIGHLAND HOUSING ALLIANCE

CHAPTER FOUR: THE OPERATING CONTEXTS FOR LAND BANK FUND AND HIGHLAND HOUSING ALLIANCE ACTIVITY
THE STRUCTURE OF THE HIGHLAND HOUSING SYSTEM
KEY HOUSING TRENDS
PROSPECTS
POLICY DEVELOPMENTS

CHAPTER FIVE: HIGHLAND HOUSING ALLIANCE AND LAND BANK ACTIVITY 2005-2008
LAND BANK FUND ACTIVITY
HIGHLAND HOUSING ALLIANCE ACTIVITY

CHAPTER SIX: KEY PLAYER VIEWS ON THE HIGHLAND HOUSING ALLIANCE AND THE LAND BANK FUND
THE AIMS, GOVERNANCE AND USE OF THE LBF
THE AIMS, OPERATION, GOVERNANCE AND ACTIVITIES OF HHA

CHAPTER SEVEN: THE HIGHLAND HOUSING ALLIANCE AND THE LAND BANK FUND - AN ASSESSMENT
THE AIMS, OPERATION, GOVERNANCE AND ACTIVITIES OF THE ALLIANCE
THE AIMS, GOVERNANCE AND USE OF THE LAND BANK FUND

CHAPTER EIGHT: CONCLUSIONS

APPENDIX A: AFFORDABLE HOUSING INVESTMENT PROGRAMME UNITS 2001- 2008 WITHIN HIGHLANDS

APPENDIX B: CASE STUDY - WOODSIDE OF CULLODEN

APPENDIX C CASE STUDY - SILVER DARLINGS CLOSE

APPENDIX D: CASE STUDY - UPPER ACHINTORE

APPENDIX E: CASE STUDY - MARYBURGH

REFERENCES

The views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and
do not necessarily represent those of the Department or Scottish Ministers.

This report is available on the Scottish Government Social Research website only
www.scotland.gov.uk/socialresearch.