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Joint Housing Policy and Delivery Group

Role of the group

The Joint Housing Policy and Delivery Group (formerly HPAG) brings together stakeholders from across the housing sector.

Working with Scottish Government officials, the group's remit is to ensure that actions in the five-year Joint Housing Delivery Plan for Scotland are taken forward. The plan was published on 3 June 2015.

The JHPDG is committed to producing an annual progress report.

The latest report covers the period 2016-17, and includes reflections from the co-chairs of the plenary group and the chairs of the subgroups, as well as case studies which illustrate what can be achieved by the housing sector through co-production and a willingness to learn from each other.

This is best printed as a colour booklet (as A3 folded) and some pages (2, 23-24) are intentionally blank to facilitate this.

Members

The following bodies are represented on the Joint Housing Policy and Delivery Group:

  • Architecture and Design Scotland
  • Association of Local Authority Chief Housing Officers
  • Chartered Institute of Housing in Scotland
  • Convention of Scottish Local Authorities
  • Council of Mortgage Lenders
  • Construction Scotland
  • Existing Homes Alliance
  • Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations
  • Heads of Planning Scotland
  • Homes for Scotland
  • Independent Living in Scotland
  • National Estate Agents Association
  • NHS Health Scotland
  • Regional Networks Tenant Organisations
  • Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland
  • Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Scotland
  • Royal Town Planning Institute
  • Rural Housing Scotland
  • Scottish Association of Landlords
  • Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
  • Scottish Fuel Poverty Forum
  • Scottish Futures Trust
  • Scottish Property Federation
  • Scottish Solicitors' Property Centres
  • Shelter
  • Sustainable Housing Strategy Group
  • Tenant Information Service
  • Tenant Participation Advisory Service
  • University construction innovation unit
  • University Urban Studies Department - Housing Economics

Documents