The Housing and Place Delivery Forum (HPDF) is a CaCHE knowledge exchange initiative which brings together key policy makers, industry experts and practitioners involved in planning, developing and delivering new housing supply in Scotland.
Its membership includes representatives from ALACHO; Architecture + Design Scotland; Built Environment Forum Scotland; CCG (Scotland) Ltd; Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland; ClydePlan SDPA; Heads of Planning Scotland; Homes for Scotland; Improvement Service; Planning Aid Scotland; RICS Scotland; RTPI Scotland; Scottish Federation of Housing Associations; Scottish Futures Trust; Scottish Land Commission; and Scottish Property Federation.
Our common goal is the delivery of more, high quality homes and the creation of places that work for everyone in Scotland.
We will achieve this by working together to:
- Promote a culture of collaboration
- Challenge working and business assumptions with evidence
- Maintain a clear focus on solutions that will help us to deliver better outcomes
- Identify what changes to legislation, policy and practice are required to deliver systemic change
- Transform the planning and development framework within which we operate
- Anderston regeneration project, Glasgow
- Bertha Park, Perth
- Castle Gardens/Pencaitland, East Lothian
- Commonwealth Games village, Glasgow
- Dargavel, Bishopton, Renfrewshire
- Delivering the Homes and Places that Meet Our Future Needs, by David Stewart, Senior Policy Officer, Scottish Land Commission
- Delivering on Our Planning Visions, by Dorothy McDonald, Assistant Manager, ClydePlan SDPA
- Sharing the Risk to Deliver Infrastructure First, by Fiona Clandillon, Associate Director, Scottish Futures Trust
- New Towns, New Communities and the Continental Model: Public Interest Led Development in Action, by Archie Rintoul
- The Housing and Place Delivery Forum: our common goal and future priorities, by Dr Gareth James, CaCHE
- Delivering More Homes and Better Places in Scotland, by Dr Gareth James, CaCHE
- Beyond the Planning Bill: How can we deliver more, well-designed homes in the right places?, by Craig McLaren, Director of Scotland and Ireland, RTPI
- Can design save the planet? by Jim McDonald, Chief Executive of Architecture + Design Scotland
- Let’s talk more about land value sharing and less about land value capture, by Shona Glenn, Head of Policy and Research, Scottish Land Commission
- Beyond the Planning Bill: planning for housing delivery, by Tammy Swift-Adams, Director of Planning, Homes for Scotland