§ Mr. Ancram
The national mobility scheme was originally set up in England and Wales and only recently extended to Scotland. The 25 Scottish local authorities listed as follows, all five new town development corporations and the Scottish Special Housing Association at present participate in the scheme. Together they account for over half the public sector housing stock in Scotland. Discussions are still continuing with the remaining 31 Scottish local authorities and the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations about their possible participation in the scheme. Some have not yet taken final decisions and others, having originally declined to join, are now reconsidering.
Angus Glasgow City Annandale and Eskdale Gordon Badenoch and Strathspey Kincardine and Deeside Banff and Buchan Kyle and Carrick Caithness Lochaber Clackmannan Motherwell Clydebank Nithsdale Dumbarton Roxburgh East Kilbride Stewartry East Lothian Stirling Eastwood Western Isles Edinburgh Wigtown Ettrick and Lauderdale
- Cumbernauld Development Corporation
- East Kilbride Development Corporation
- Glenrothes Development Corporation
- Irvine Development Corporation
- Livingston Development Corporation