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Glasgow’s Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) for the years 2019/20 – 2023/24 has been approved by Glasgow City Council. The plan could deliver almost 8,500 new affordable homes in Glasgow over next five years.
Glasgow’s SHIP outlines Glasgow’s plans and priorities around affordable housing in the city to create an investment delivery plan for this type of housing development. Based on Scottish Government resource planning assumptions, the SHIP could deliver investment of over £557 million that would see almost 8,500 new affordable homes built in those five years.
It is part of the wider Housing Strategy for Glasgow, which has the following priorities:
Glasgow’s Strategic Housing Investment Plan outlines the integrated delivery plans for affordable housing investment to meet the above priorities and to help create sustainable mixed-tenure communities in the city.
The SHIP was created following consultation with housing associations and other registered social landlords (RSLs); private developers and contractors; voluntary sector organisations and other public bodies who operate in the areas of housing policy, development and delivery.
Among a number of priorities identified for the latest SHIP, foremost are the following: quality in design; community benefits; tackling homelessness; improving energy efficiency and tackling fuel poverty; digital and technological innovation; and encouraging the development of more three-bedroom family homes.
The council is committed to working with RSLs and private developers to ensure they build the housing they have committed to timeously, given the intensive upscaling of housing delivery in Glasgow in the coming years.
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