- 15 Jan 2020
ScotStat is a network for users and providers of Scottish Official statistics. It aims to improve communication amongst those interested in particular statistics and facilitate the setting up of working groups on specific statistical issues. This page contains information on stakeholder engagement and activity conducted in relation to the Scottish House Condition Survey.
How Can I Get Involved?
If you are keen to find out more about work relating to the Scottish House Condition Survey or any other facet of the work of the Scottish Government Statistics Group, you can register with ScotStat to receive updates. More information on ScotStat can be found on the ScotStat homepage, including a feedback form and information on the work of the ScotStat Board.
The Scottish House Condition Survey is the only national survey of housing and households undertaken in Scotland. It combines both an interview with occupants and a physical inspection of dwellings to build a picture of Scotland's occupied housing stock which covers all types of households and dwellings across the entire country - whether owned or rented, flats or houses
Contextual information about our key stakeholders are provided below:
Scottish Government policy colleagues covering the following topics:
- Fuel Poverty
- Scottish Housing Quality Standard
- Rural Poverty
- Climate Change
- Domestic Energy Efficiency
Energy-related companies, charities; and
NDPs and building-related interests.