Can Do Places are a network focused on capturing placemaking stories – the good, bad and the difficult - and sharing them with like minded people.
A Can Do Space is a co-working space with a heart and soul that benefits a community. By breathing new life into redundant buildings and creating places where people can make work together, earn their own living, make things and trade. A Can Do Space generates an income for the community group, generates employment and keeps the money in the local economy.
See case studies from Can Do Places below, or read more stories on the Can Do Places website.
Can Do Places - Alexandria.
Local people in the West Dunbartonshire town of Alexandria are working to give the arts and creativity a higher profile through a project aimed at celebrating the area’s many talented artists and craft makers and reducing the number of empty shops in the town centre.
Can Do Places - Oban.
Can Do Places visited The Rockfield Centre in Oban on the eve of the launch party for the community shares offer that will allow everyone with an interest in the future of the town to invest in the new centre which will provide a cultural community hub, not only for local people but for visitors to Oban as well.
Can Do Places - Crieff co-working space (audio).
An interview with Ailsa Campbell, Chair of Crieff Community Trust (CCT) and Can Do Crieff Co working Space. She talks about how CCT aims to bring about regeneration in the town centre of Crieff. One of the ways that they are doing this by filling a missing need in one of the many empty spaces in this town with a new co working space.