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Open for Bookings: 2019 ATCM Summer School and Awards Dinner

Society is evolving. The way Millennials and Generation Z live, work and play is different to anything we have known before. How they spend money is changing rapidly.

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Campaign to Celebrate Scotland's Community Councils: April 2019

Scottish Community Councils - Throughout April, the Scottish Community Councils website will be showcasing the varied work of community councils across Scotland.

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Scotland's Towns Chief Officer Congratulates Discover Lanark on Successful Vote

The Chief Officer of Scotland’s Towns Partnership, and Programme Director of Scotland’s Improvement Districts, Phil Prentice, has welcomed the successful vote to establish Discover Lanark, Scotland’s newest Improvement District.

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Scottish Government Announces £20m of Awards for Community Regeneration Projects

Scottish Government - Communities across Scotland are to benefit from a share of £20.4m to support local regeneration activity.

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£50m Town Centre Fund Launched, Local Authority Allocations Announced

Scottish Government - A £50 million fund to help boost town centres has been launched.

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New Report: Where Scotland Can Lead an Innovative and Ethical Fourth Industrial Revolution

SCDI - a new report launched today (February 28th) champions the opportunities Scotland’s people and businesses have to harness the potential provided by Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies and data.

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Phil Prentice: How to Make £50 Million for Scotland's Town Centres Go a Long Way

Phil Prentice, Chief Officer at Scotland’s Towns Partnership and National Programme Director for Scotland’s Improvement Districts, says that the spending of the new £50 million Scottish Government town centre fund can learn lessons from the last fund of its kind, in 2009. Article originally published on Common Space.

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Scotland's Towns Partnership Heads Respond to Westminster Towns Policy Report

Scotland's Towns Partnership's Chair, Professor Leigh Sparks, and Chief Officer, Phil Prentice, have responded to a report from the housing, communities and local government committee at Westminster on towns policy in England. 

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Paths For All Calls On Employers To Take Steps Towards A Happier, Healthier Workforce

Scotland’s national walking charity Paths for All is calling on employers across Scotland to take steps to improve the health of their workforce.

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Tesco Bags of Help Centenary Grants: Up to £25,000 Available

Tesco Bags of Help Centenary Grants are now open for not for profit organisations to apply for £25,000 for projects that bring significant benefit to communities.

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