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Scottish Government (26/09/2018) - Cupar will become a Digital Improvement District, a first for Scotland, fulfilling the Programme for Government commitment to fund a business improvement district dedicated to digital improvement. It will soon have town centre WiFi and act as a potential model for future small town designs.

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Crieff Succeeds BID Ltd is about creating sustainable growth in Crieff and we are now looking for a new Manager to deliver the next phase of our Business Plan.

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A new national hub designed to support “Improvement Districts” in Scotland was launched today (Thursday) in Edinburgh by the Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Local Government, Aileen Campbell. This dedicated service, to be delivered by Scotland’s Towns Partnership, aims to encourage more collaboration, partnership and innovation.

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In July 2018 the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee published a report from its inquiry into “bank closures: impact on local businesses, consumers and the Scottish economy”.

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Naird BID are seeking a part-time Business Improvement District Manager. 

Further information and application details are available here.

The job description is placed below for reference. 

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Scottish Government - The Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning are one of the Government’s most prestigious awards. They celebrate achievements in planning, right from the detail of processing through to the bigger picture of creating places which will become the legacy of our professionalism.

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The deadline for the SURF Awards 2018, including the 'Most Improved Place' category, closes on Monday 17 September. Enter your town today! 

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Scotland’s Towns Partnership has once again teamed up with environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful and The Herald on Sunday to find Scotland’s Most Beautiful High Street.

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The latest DTAS e-bulletin is now out, with lots of useful information on news, funding, events and policy initiatives relevant to towns. The bulletin can be read here

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SURF’s annual awards process is delivered in partnership with the Scottish Government. It is open to all community regeneration projects in Scotland that are currently in place or that have been completed within two years of the closing date. 

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CityFibre, one of the UK’s leading infrastructure providers, has pledged its support in tackling the digital skills gap in Scotland.

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The latest news from Scottish Community Councils is now out, including funding opportunities, events and more. 

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The CDAS bulletin for August 2018 is now out, including key community development events and news. 

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Interested in locally owned renewable energy? The Scottish Government's Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) is now open for applications, with a funding pot of up to £5 million available to enable locally owned renewable energy projects. 

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Can Do Places are a network focused on capturing placemaking stories – the good, bad and the difficult - and sharing them with like minded people.

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