We are researching rural housing in Scotland. We would like to hear from people who have experienced challenges in accessing housing in rural Scotland during the past three years. This could be personal experience, through supporting a friend or family member or as an employer.

This research can be completed anonymously. The information you provide will help us to campaign for housing policy that better meets the needs of people living in rural areas. If you would prefer to share your experiences by speaking with us over the phone please contact Fiona on 07388 907367.

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* 1. Are you completing this survey to describe personal experience of rural housing challenges, to describe the challenges faced by friends or family, or as an employer?

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* 2. Please describe as fully as you can the housing challenge that was experienced?

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* 3. If the housing challenge has been resolved, please describe what happened?

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* 4. Did advice or support from any person or organisation make a difference in resolving the housing challenge?

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* 5. If the housing challenge is unresolved, what is needed to resolve it?

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* 6. In which area of Scotland was this housing challenge experienced? Please provide the first part of the postcode.

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* 7. What do you believe is the biggest housing challenge facing people in rural Scotland?

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* 8. In what ways do you think rural housing challenges are different to urban housing challenges?

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* 9. Do you think rural housing challenges in Scotland are...

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* 10. In the housing challenge you described above, would you describe the person / people affected as being 'homeless'?

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* 11. If you said no, why do you think this?

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* 12. We are looking for potential case studies for a rural housing campaign. These can be anonymised. If you would consider providing further information for a case study please provide your contact details below.

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