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Steady Rise In Glasgow Housing Supply

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2006 Figures

Jan Feb March April

GSPC Total 1681 1821 1862 2061

WestEnd-1 Week 15 55 46 86

WestEnd-2 Week 15 88 93 132

WestEnd-3 Week 23 123 115 162

WestEnd-4 Week 30 143 135 191

WestEnd-Total 259 285 276 316

City Centre-1 week 1 5 13 21

City Centre-2 week 1 10 22 25

City Centre-3 week 1 18 29 33

City Centre-4 week 3 25 33 39

City Centre-Total 98 102 103 113

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2006 Figures

Jan Feb March April

GSPC Total 1681 1821 1862 2061

WestEnd-1 Week 15 55 46 86

WestEnd-2 Week 15 88 93 132

WestEnd-3 Week 23 123 115 162

WestEnd-4 Week 30 143 135 191

WestEnd-Total 259 285 276 316

City Centre-1 week 1 5 13 21

City Centre-2 week 1 10 22 25

City Centre-3 week 1 18 29 33

City Centre-4 week 3 25 33 39

City Centre-Total 98 102 103 113

Yes steady increase but maybe its a yearly trend.

Does anyone have figures for previous years?

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Yes steady increase but maybe its a yearly trend.

Does anyone have figures for previous years?

I dont... but I did.... but I lost them....

I dont remember off hand the number of properties rising over 2000, and for that many to come on in one single week.

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Yes steady increase but maybe its a yearly trend.

Does anyone have figures for previous years?

I too have been sampling the total properties on the GSPC website since the start of 2006.

The total has now safely broken through the 2000 point. This is a level I have never seen.

Unfortunately I do not have data to back this up as I only took the decision to record data since January 2006. However, the total last year fluctuated between 1400 and 1600.

There has therefore been an approx 25% increase in property supply on the GSPC website.

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