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To ask the Scottish Government for what reason its data regarding the Affordable Housing Supply Programme for 2016-17 records that 72% of the completed homes that were classified as "rural" were built in towns and urban areas.


Answered by Kevin Stewart (28/03/2018):

Our management system for 2016-17 categorised the affordable housing supply programme projects as either ‘urban’ or ‘rural’. On realigning this information with the 6-fold classification, 368 completed homes were remote rural, 141 accessible rural and 124 in remote small towns.


Current Status: Answered by Kevin Stewart on 28/03/2018
 
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