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Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh in the century of the city.

Scotland’s Urban AGE is a major research project commissioned by the Property & Infrastructure team and delivered by Glasgow Urban Laboratory at the Glasgow School of Art.

It provides clients, businesses and public sector decision-makers with new insights into what drives Scotland’s principal cities, and aims to stimulate debate and discussion on their future roles and prospects.

The report’s recommendations cover key issues such as:

  • business rates
  • planning policy
  • connectivity of cities and towns
  • housing strategy
  • the increasing switch from rural to urban living
  • Scotland’s infrastructure investment strategy

Click here to read the executive summary.

Click here to access the full report.