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The Scottish BtR pipeline has now increased to over 9,900 homes, with Glasgow making up over half the supply, followed by Edinburgh and Aberdeen. BtR is still at an early stage in Scotland, but it is a growing form of development, investment, and choice of home. Back in 2019, the Scottish Government invested £30m in the BtR sector from the Building Scotland Fund to kickstart development.

In March 2021, The Scottish Government announced ‘Housing to 2040’ – their first long-term housing strategy. The strategy outlined plans to support up to 14,000 jobs and invest £16bn into the sector in order to deliver 100,000 more homes by 2032, with 50,000 of these homes to be delivered by 2026/27 and, following a mid-point review, a further 50,000 homes by the end of 2031/32. The plan also introduces and extension to pre-existing retrofit and decarbonisation measures, with the total investment required from public and private sources to decarbonise Scotland’s domestic and non-domestic buildings estimated to be in the region of £33bn up until 2045.

This conference will bring together the brightest minds of Scotland’s housing and BtR sector to discuss plans and opportunities to deliver more housing and innovate communities throughout the nation.

Topics Include:

  • SNIB’s 2000+ Home Investment Plan
  • Wheatley Group’s 5500 new homes by 2026
  • Link Group’s 300-home Dunbeg project
  • Fife Council’s £100m housing programme
  • CHA’s £40m Bellsmyre Project
  • Moda’s £215m The McEwan BtR Scheme
  • The Meadowbank Regeneration project
  • £1.3bn Granton Waterfront project
  • £31m Leith development
  • Link’s Ground Breaking £80m ESG Loan
  • Homes for Scotland’s 25,000 homes per year target
  • £152m Hearthstone Residential Fund 2
  • City of Edinburgh Council’s 20,000-home strategy
  • £12.5m Peoplehood Project
  • 150-home Silverlea Development
  • And much more…

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