Understanding Scottish Places
Understanding Scottish Places is a website to help towns practitioners and communities better understand the function of the towns they live and work in. The platform primarily functions as a diagnostic tool, and beyond that offers the opportunity to compare and contrast data about places across the country.Visit
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Action by Glasgow City Council - supported by Scotland's Towns Partnership - to support residents through the cost-of-living crisis will see millions of pounds spent with local businesses.
Scotland Loves Local Glasgow Gift Cards worth £105 each have started arriving at 85,000 households eligible for the one-off cash boost.
And those receiving them are being urged to ensure the cards are spent to their maximum value - not just to help them cope with the burden of rising bills, but also to inject millions of pounds into city businesses.
Council will hand massive boost to scheme by distributing cards loaded with £105 each to 85,000 households across cityread more
Councils all over the country can today bid for a share of £4.8 billion of flagship levelling up funding for projects that improve everyday life for people across the UK.read more
A £105 gift card being distributed to 85,000 homes across Glasgow will support local businesses and boost the economy while helping families cope with the rising cost of living, supporters say.read more
Aberdeen Inspired and the UK's leading neurodiverstiy charity, the ADHD Foundation, launches celebration of neurodiversity in Aberdeen.read more
The Chairman of Scotland’s Towns Partnership (STP) has highlighted the organisation’s key role in helping communities recover from the coronavirus pandemic.read more
The prestigious national 2022 SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration were launched today (09/06/22) by the Scottish Government at a special event in the Britannia Panopticon, the world’s oldest surviving music hall, in Glasgow to celebrate the ‘Year of Stories’.read more
Nominations have opened for the 2022 Scotland Loves Local Awards.read more
HOUSING, designed and managed by residents themselves, is the subject of a series of roadshows touring Scotland this summer.
One of Scotland’s leading architecture firms, Collective Architecture, has launched a new studio in Glasgow’s Bath Street, to coincide with its 25th anniversary.read more