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19/11/2018 - Aberdeenshire town Turriff has been voted by the public as Scotland’s Most Beautiful High Street, recognising the heritage, beauty and unique experience the town centre offers.

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19/11/2018 - A fresh upgrade to an innovative website providing in-depth information on Scotland’s towns has been unveiled. From greenspace to migration, new indicators on the Understanding Scottish Places (USP) platform provide additional support to all those who work for positive change in Scotland’s towns.

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On Monday 19 November Scotland’s Towns Week begins: the annual national campaign to celebrate the country’s towns and improvement districts.

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Urban Transport Group - This report examines the key role that transport interventions can play in supporting post-industrial towns.

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The new Growth Programme Team within North Lanarkshire has issued job vacancy adverts for the following posts: Economic Analyst, Project Development Officer (2 posts) and Project Officer.

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Six towns from across Scotland have been shortlisted for the title of ‘Scotland’s Most Beautiful High Street 2018’. See entries below and vote for your favourite today!

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Alloa First – Alloa’s Town Centre businesses & organisations have voted in favour of a third term of their Business Improvement District (BID). In conjunction with the Electoral Reform Society, Clackmannanshire Council revealed the outcome of the Alloa town centre BID ballot on the afternoon of Friday 19 October. The overall result was 71.85% in favour by number of businesses, 83.36% in favour by rateable value, with a turnout of 62.51%.

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This report, and the summary report, Remaking British Towns after Brexit: Key Actions for Policy Makers and Planners, explore the links between Brexit and towns.

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The full list of winners and shortlisted entries for the Herald Property Awards 2018 can now be viewed, including coverage of the awards ceremony, held on Saturday 28 September in Glasgow. 

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Ever thought of setting up a Film Festival in your community? Or perhaps you’re already running one, but would like to try something completely new.

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The Place Standard is delivered by NHS Health Scotland, Architecture & Design Scotland and Scottish Government.

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Herald Scotland - A property development in Castlemilk, Glasgow, has been hailed as the best in Scotland

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Green Infrastructure Fund - Phase 2 of the Green Infrastructure Fund has now reopened for new applications. The deadline for applications is 28 January 2019. Our expectation is that funding decisions will be announced by June 2019.

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Peterhead is Aberdeenshire’s biggest town and is a significant driver of Aberdeenshire’s successful economy.

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Zero Waste Scotland would like to engage with all Scottish Improvement Districts (SIDs) via Scotland’s Towns Partnership to provide them with the opportunity to inform and identify future projects that would be of real value and assistance to their members.

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