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Co-producing solutions to the challenges faced by low-income renters in Scotland
This report sets out the findings of the co-production element of the Tenants’ priorities for reforming the PRS in Scotland project, undertaken collaboratively with colleagues at the University of Huddersfield (previously Edge Hill University) and CaCHE.

This report sets out the findings of the co-production element of the Tenants’ priorities for reforming the PRS in Scotland project, undertaken collaboratively with colleagues at the University of Huddersfield (previously Edge Hill University) and CaCHE.

Drawing upon the findings of the evidence review, the qualitative element, and the bespoke survey of renters, the research team undertook an innovative co-production study. The team worked with private renters to co-design recommendations for change in the Scottish private rental sector. These range from affordability challenges, to improving property conditions and repairs.

Author(s): Tom Moore, Tom Simcock
Published: 30 September 2022
Categorised in: Private rented sector
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