Presentations from : LARIA Listens/Scottish Household Survey (SHS)/ Scottish House Condition Survey (SHCS) User Day
Welcome and Introduction - Dave Signorini, More Homes
LARIA listens and the SHS Erin Murray, LARIA/Scottish Borders
Overview of SHS and recent changes Emma McCallum, SHS Project Manager
Overview of SHCS and recent changes Ailie Clarkson, SHCS Project Manager
|Main Session 1 |
The consequences of private rental re-growth for more deprived Neighbourhoods - Nick Bailey & Mark Livingston
|Private Rental Re-growth |
Tenure change in Scotland - Jan Freeke
|Tenure Change in Scotland |
|Scottish Surveys Core Questions MySSCQ data Ben Cook, ||Scottish Surveys Core Questions |
|Scottish House Condition Survey: Data demo Diarmuid Lloyd, SHCS ||SHCS Data Demo |
|SHCS data and its value, Craig Salter, Citizens Advice Scotland/Ailie Clarkson ||Forthcoming |
|SHS Discussion: Local uses of SHS Erin Murray, Scottish Borders ||Local Uses of SHS |
|SHS Travel Diary and Transport Modelling Kevin Lumsden/Emma Schneider ||Travel Diary & Transport Modelling |
|Hints and Tips for using the SHS data Emma McCallum/Chris Martin ||SHS Data Demo |
|Outdoor access equality Kathryn Colley, James Hutton ||Outdoor Access Equality |
Scottish Longitudinal Study (SLS) Dawn Everington, Scottish Longitudinal Study, Development & Support Unit, University of Edinburgh
|Scottish Longitudinal Study |
|Future of data visualisation and reporting Euan Shields, National Performance Framework ||Forthcoming |
|SHS Data Uses: Culture and SHS Russell Whyte/ Ingrid Roughead, Historic Environment Scotland ||No Slides |
|SHS Interviewer reflection of the day - Douglas Tharby, SHS interviewer ||Interviewer report |
March 22 2018
The SHS Methodology and Fieldwork Outcomes report for 2016 has now been published. This report provides information on the survey methodology, including sampling, data collection methods and limitations of SHS data. It also includes information on fieldwork targets and outcomes, data quality and weighting of the SHS.
SHS 2018 Questionnaire
In 2017 a wide consultation on the content of the SHS 2018-2021 questionnaire was undertaken. The outcome report and detailed annexes are now published here.
The SHS 2016 Annual Report was published on Tuesday 26 September 2017. The report provides an introduction to the survey and presents and interprets some of the key policy-relevant results at a national level.
This is a summary of the Scottish Household Survey. The survey provides robust evidence on the composition, characteristics, attitudes and behaviour of private households and individuals as well as evidence on the
physical condition of Scotland’s homes. The current scale of the SHS enables all users to obtain a robust deeper understanding of issues and performance, by being able to analyse across key demographic household
characteristics such as deprivation, age, income, gender, rurality, ethnicity and other equalities. This is crucial to informing the Fairer Scotland agenda.
Scottish Survey Core Questions and Scottish Household Survey question review
The questions in the Scottish Household Survey, which also contains the Scottish House Condition Survey social interview questions, are now being reviewed. Additionally, there are 20 core questions included in every Scottish Government Social Survey, known as the Scottish Survey Core Questions (SSCQ). These questions are also being reviewed. Instructions on how to participate in the review are contained here. If you have any views you’d like to contribute to the review action is required. Please do ask the Scottish Household Survey team - SHS@gov.scot – if you have any questions.