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Engaging Owners in Mixed Tenure Neighbourhoods

04/03/2002


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When the government announced its intention to radically overhaul social housing policy in Scotland with the publication of the Scottish Executives Green Paper, ‘Investing in Modernisation - An Agenda for Scotland’s Housing’, the Chartered Institute of Housing in Scotland embarked on a comprehensive consultation with members and others on the government proposals. A number of common themes emerged from most of the consultation events, which the Institute organised. And one theme, which recurred in all of the events, was the lack of proposals to deal with the private sector and for involving owner-occupiers in the regeneration agenda.


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