Video recordings of most of the live sessions from the Rural Housing Summit are available via the 2021 Rural Housing Summit page. There are a handful of sessions where no video is available but which you can listen to as audio files on this page, or download to listen on the go.
Support for community-led housing panel discussion
What support do communities need to facilitate community-led housing? How are different countries providing this? And what more needs to be done?
Panel discussion with Casey Edwards – Wales Cooperative Centre, Shaheena Din – Scottish Empty Homes Partnership, Pete Duncan – National CLT Network, Derek Logie – Rural Housing Scotland. Hosted By Sam Foster from Rural Housing Scotland.
Sharing our communities: Homes, second ‘homes’ and huts panel discussion
How do we strike the balance between serving the needs of those who live in our rural communities, and allowing others to enjoy the countryside?
Panel discussion with Lesley Riddoch – Broadcaster and land reform campaigner, Prof. Kjell Overvåg – University of Agder (Norway), and Angus Dodds – Savills. Hosted by Richard Heggie, Director of Urban Animation and Rural Housing Scotland Board Member.
Identifying rural housing need webinar
Sinéád Collins of the Northern Ireland Housing Executive discusses the Rural Housing Needs Tests NIHE uses to assess and address housing need in rural areas, followed by a Q&A session with questions from the live audience. Hosted by Kirsten Gow from Rural Housing Scotland.
The video of this session is unavailable. However, you can listen to an audio recording of the session below, download the presentation, and read the presentation script. Please note – the script only covers the presentation section of the session. The Q&A begins at around 37 minutes in the audio recording.
Watch the Rural Housing Needs Test video referred to in the presentation on YouTube.