Commonwealth Games

[name removed] made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Housing and Regeneration Directorate (Scotland)

This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.

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Dear Sir or Madam,
Could you please tell the number of affordable houses which will be available as a result of the Glasgow Commonwealth games athletes village.

Will any of the houses be sold off to private owners.

Are the affordable houses going to be allocated to the most needy under a points system by the council or are they just going to be available to rent to any member of the public.

Thank you for your time

Yours faithfully,

[name removed]

Housing and Regeneration Directorate (Scotland)

Siobahn,

Thank you for your enquiry. I will be in touch will a reply soon.

Robert Pollock
Scottish Government
Equalities, Social Inclusion and Sport Directorate
Sport & Games Legacy Division
Games Delivery Team
Area 2-F (South) | Victoria Quay | Edinburgh | EH6 6QQ
(0131) 24 ext. 47875
[email address]

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Housing and Regeneration Directorate (Scotland)

Dear [name removed],

Thank you for your request dated 14 November 2009 for information under
the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 on the use of the Glasgow
2014 Commonwealth Games village post Games. We have now completed our
search for the information you request.

Post-Games, the site will incorporate 300 social rented units, around
1100 private homes (including 100 mid-market units) and a 120 bed Social
Work care home for the elderly - all with a BRE EcoHomes excellent
rating or equivalent. The 300 affordable rented homes will be owned and
managed by up to three local housing associations. The allocation of
the homes will be made by the associations on the basis of their own
allocation policies. By law, these policies must be based on housing
needs.

If you are unhappy with this response to your request, you may ask us to
carry out an internal review, by writing to Dr Kevin Woods, Director
General Health and Chief Executive, NHSScotland, Regent Road, EDINBURGH
EH1 3DG. Your request should explain why you wish a review to be carried
out, and should be made within 40 working days of receipt of this e-mail
, and we will reply within 20 working days of receipt. If you are not
satisfied with the result of the review, you then have the right to make
a formal complaint to the Scottish Information Commissioner.

I hope this is helpful.

Robert Pollock
Scottish Government
Equalities, Social Inclusion and Sport Directorate
Sport & Games Legacy Division
Games Delivery Team
Area 2-F (South) | Victoria Quay | Edinburgh | EH6 6QQ
(0131) 24 ext. 47875
[email address]

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