Glasgow & Clyde Valley

Vacant and Derelict Land - GCV (2018)

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The graph above shows trends in the proportion of the Scottish population and that of the Glasgow and Clyde Valley local authorities living near derelict sites.  There is considerable variation between the local authorities, with some having a relatively stable rate of people living near derelict sites (e.g. Renfrewshire, Glasgow), but in other areas like Inverclyde and North Lanarkshire there has been a notable rise in people living close to derelict land.  North Lanarkshire, Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire have the highest proportions of people living near derelict sites.


These data are sourced from the Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey, which can be accessed here.

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