What we do

On a daily basis, we engage with the government on the property industry in Scotland as well as provide our members with regular analyses of the property market and government policies.

In this section you can take a look at some of our work, including publications, briefings and consultation responses.

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Climate Change Bill - SPF Consultation Response

22 Sep 2017

+ Clydeplan Main Issues Report

Our response broadly welcomes the Proposed Strategic Development Plan, and makes suggestions to aid the aspirations underpinning the approach to development and investment.  Contact: Mandy Catterall mcatterall@bpf.org.uk 

27 Mar 2015

+ Clydeplan Strategic Development Authority - Main Issues Report and Strategic Environmental Assessment

Our response to consultation on Clydeplan SDP Main Issues Report.  Contact Mandy Catterall: mcatterall@bpf.org.uk

27 Mar 2015

Comments by the SPF to the Initial Call for Evidence by the Infrastructure Commission

3 May 2019

+ Commercial Property Sales Update Q2 (April - June) 2019

Scottish Property Federation Commercial Property Sales Update Q2 (April - June) 2019 

19 Aug 2019

+ Commercial Real Estate and the Scottish Economy

An analysis of the size, structure, and economic contribution of the commercial real estate industry in Scotland.

23 Jun 2015

+ Commission for Competitive and Fair Taxation in Scotland - SPF Response

SPF response to the call for views from the Commission on Competitive and Fair Taxation in Scotland.

30 Aug 2015

+ Commission on Local Tax Reform - SPF Response to call for evidence

The SPF response to the Commission on Local Tax Reform which sought to recommend alternatives to the current Council Tax system. The Commission has published its final report which can be found here.

26 Jun 2015

+ Community Empowerment Bill

Our response to the Local Government & Regeneration Committee’s call for evidence on the Community Empowerment Bill.  Contact: David Melhuish dmelhuish@bpf.org.uk  

5 Sep 2014

+ Community Empowerment Bill

This Bill extends the community right to buy to cover all land in Scotland and establishes additional rights to register interests over abandoned or neglected land.  The Bill also provides for community bodies to apply to take ownership of local services or public assets.  In addition the Bill pr

31 May 2015
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