Scottish housing site allocations 'in wrong places'

More than one third of the sites earmarked for new housing development in Scotland's central belt are in 'weak' market areas that have little chance of being developed, according to new research.

by Jim Dunton
Glasgow: 67 per cent of sites allocated for housing are in weak market areas
Glasgow: 67 per cent of sites allocated for housing are in weak market areas

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