Full Webinar Presentations & Video: Solving the Housing Crisis in Scotland

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This webinar will focus on the much needed development of housing in Scotland.

The issue of how to accelerate the delivery of affordable and social housing across Scotland to meet the ever growing need has been at the forefront of the housing sector for years.

During this webinar we look to tackle some of the constraints – discussing and debating with experts and affordable housing developers on what needs to happen, how we can accelerate development, how MMC might play it’s part, what the planning reform may mean and more…

Speakers for this webinar include:


  • CALA Homes – as one of Scotland’s most prolific and responsible housebuilders, CALA are constantly working to deliver new communities and appropriate housing for the people of Scotland. Michaela will give an overview of some ongoing and forthcoming projects across Scotland including in Aberdeen city centre, Queensferry, Paisley and Killearn.
  • Sanctuary Group – with the aim to build 6000 new homes between now and 2023, Gillian will be at the forefront of efforts to meet housing demand and provide affordable and sustainable homes for all of Scotland. On this webinar, she will provide an update on Sanctuary’s upcoming development programme, its contribution to wider Scottish regeneration and placemaking agendas.
  • Scottish Land Commission – the Scottish Land Commission is driving a programme of land reform spanning both urban and rural land, to improve the productivity, diversity and accountability of the way Scotland’s land is owned and used. Their most recent report highlighted a major reform is needed to hit housing targets across Scotland and David will share an overview of their findings and what fundamental changes are needed.