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RSS is ooking to appoint a new, part-time, member of the team to work with the rest of the RSS team to support the delivery of both the Screen Machine service and the development programme. This is an opportunity to join a tight and focused team who are working together to enable as many people as possible to enjoy film and cinema experiences where they live.

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Leigh Sparks, Professor of Retail Studies at the University of Stirling and Chair of Scotland’s Towns Partnership, suggests how we can learn from recent experience to make the most of the Scottish Government’s £50m Town Centre Boost Fund. Originally published on Stirling Retail.

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The Community Development Alliance Scotland (CDAS) has published a special bulletin on place-based policy approaches to community regeneration and development, and the different resources, support and initiatives available around this agenda.

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Phil Prentice, Scotland’s Towns Partnership Chief Executive, has said that small and rural towns must be a key part of any future economic strategy.

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Paths for All - Registration is now open for Paths for All’s spring Step Count Challenge, which begins on Monday 29th April. 

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Architecture & Design Scotland have published A Caring Place, which sets out the work the organisation has coordinated, together with Scotland’s Towns Partnership, to respond to and support the Scottish Government’s work around Town Centre Living.  

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A new report by Pauline Radcliffe (Carnegie UK Trust) concludes a unique, 18-month twinning experiment highlighting that the opportunities to learn and share ideas between Britain’s towns.

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

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

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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, 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'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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