Housing statistics 2017: key trends summary
Annual statistical report, covering up to 31 March 2017, on total new housing supply in Scotland across all sectors.
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Housing Statistics for Scotland 2017: Key Trends Summary
This publication presents annual statistics up to 31 st March 2017 on total new housing supply in Scotland across all sectors, along with information on various elements of local authority housing such as stock, lettings, house sales, evictions, housing lists, and housing for older people and people with disabilities.
The statistics are based on information collected from local authorities and the Scottish Government affordable housing supply database, and are used for a variety of purposes, including for monitoring the National Performance Framework Indicator on increasing the number of new homes in Scotland.
More detailed background tables are available in the updated Housing Statistics for Scotland web tables. A summary of the latest quarterly data on social sector new build and affordable housing is available in the Housing Statistics for Scotland Quarterly Update September 2017. A wider overview of social housing as a whole ( i.e. across both housing association and local authority housing) is available in the separate statistical publication Social Tenants in Scotland 2015.
Chart 1: Supply of new housing in Scotland, 1996-97 to 2016-17
Housing Statistics for Scotland 2016-17 Key Findings
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