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Annie's Loo: The Govan Origins of Scotland's Community Based Housing Associations Paperback – 1 Mar 2013
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About the Author
Raymond Young has spent most of his working life in social housing including the tenement rehabilitation programme and the first of the community based housing associations that are at the heart of this book. He later became Director Scotland for the Housing Corporation during the time of the great expansion of the housing association sector in urban and rural Scotland, and then was Regional Director North for Scottish Homes. He taught for some years at Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities. He holds a current role as an Advisory Board member of Historic Scotland.
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17 June 2013
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Although this is about the development of a housing association it is also an interesting book of social history. It is easy to read, like a novel, a real page turner. The biographical bits include about the author adds to the interest and makes it well worth reading.