A Housing Need and Demand Assessment (HNDA) was carried out through the Glasgow and Clyde Valley Strategic Development Plan Authority and completed in 2015.
This involved 8 local authorities within the Glasgow and Clyde Valley (GCV) area jointly preparing a Housing Needs and Demand Assessment to inform the development of Glasgow's Housing Strategy, the Local Development Plan and the Strategic Development Plan, with policy and investment responses to the research studies considered through their respective and inter-connected, development processes.
The data and information collated for the HNDA about households and housing in Glasgow help to identify housing needs and issues in the city.
The HNDA's methodology complies with the Scottish Government Local Housing Strategy Guidance and has been confirmed by the Centre for Housing Market Analysis (CHMA) as "robust and credible".
The full HNDA for the Glasgow and Clyde Valley Housing Market Partnership can be accessed below: