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Stalled Spaces Scotland is a national programme commissioned by the Scottish Government and managed by Architecture and Design Scotland (A&DS) to encourage and support communities to bring stalled spaces or derelict and vacant land back into temporary use.

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This guidance document from Scotland's Towns Partnership aims to help improve the digital infrastructure, skills, strategic implementation and understanding of Digital in the context of Scotland’s Towns and Town Centres. 

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Historic Environment Scotland has created a tool to search for designated assets by constituency and council ward. 

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The Carnegie UK Trust has published a report with insights from the organisation’s TestTown project, undertaken over the last 4 years. 

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Visit Scotland has a range of opportunities to support towns and their businesses in 2017, as part of the Spirit of Scotland campaign and the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology. Read more below and visit links of sources of support. 

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Discover the latest improvements to the interactive map on the Digital Scotland website. Now there is detailed extra information instantly available to users.

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As part of their support to Public Sector Clients, A&DS offer a design advice service to help improve the quality of proposals commissioned by public sector clients, particularly around public housing and Town Centre Living. 

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The Community Planning in Scotland portal provides information on the support available to Community Planning Partnerships (CPPs) from national improvement agencies (including Education Scotland, Improvement Service, NHS Health Scotland and NHS National Services Scotland) and national programmes (Workforce Scotland).ᅠ 

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The Post Office are the UK's leading mails and parcels retailer, and have a rapidly growing financial services and a thriving telecoms business, offering customers 170 different products and services, and a great footfall generator for your business.

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The RSA is collaborating with the Heritage Lottery Fund to better understand the links between heritage and identity at the local scale. They’ve analysed over 100 datasets to produce a Heritage Index to help people understand local heritage assets and activities, and access relevant data through a single site. 

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