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Businesses can now apply for grants to help them deal with the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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Scotland’s Towns Partnership and Scotland’s Improvement Districts would like to update our members, partners and wider network on changes to our activities and working arrangements in response to the coronavirus outbreak.

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Chief Officer of Scotland’s Towns Partnership, Phil Prentice, has issued a plea to the general public to “think local first" when adapting to COVID-19 guidelines.

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Aberdeenshire Council is recruiting for a unique role to lead the regeneration efforts in Peterhead at an exciting time for the town. Applications close on 29th March 2020.

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New measures to limit the impact of COVID-19 on the business community in Scotland have been announced by Finance Secretary Kate Forbes.

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Communities Secretary praises alliance between Scotland’s Towns Partnership and Young Scot

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STP Chief Officer Phil Prentice has contributed to the National Planning Framework 4 blog series with a think piece on 'Town Centres of the Future', helping to inform future thinking around the Scottish planning system. 

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Prof. Leigh Sparks, Chair of STP, has written a blog giving his thoughts on the recent National Shopping Centre Summit, which was held in Edinburgh with STP, DWF Law, and a range of partners. Communities Secretary Aileen Campbell was also in attendance. Please read the blog below, or view the original article here
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Environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful is calling for community groups from across the country to register and take part in their 2020 Beautiful Scotland and It’s Your Neighbourhood initiatives.

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In December 2019 STP Chief Officer Phil Prentice participated in a workshop organised by the Heritage Council (Ireland) on strengthening Irish-Scottish Collaboration on town centres, with key stakeholders in Ireland's towns attending. 

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On Thursday 6th February in Edinburgh, Scotland's Towns Partnership, DWF Law and key public and private sector organisations met for a national summit to discuss Scotland's shopping centres, many of which are considered to be increasingly fragile assets in towns and city districts. 

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The National Planning Framework (NPF) is a long term plan for Scotland that sets out where development and infrastructure is needed to support sustainable and inclusive growth (read more here).

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Young Scot and Scotland's Towns Partnership are supporting young people to make the most of their local town centre.

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A first-of-its kind study with radical ideas for how Paisley town centre could look in a decade has been published - and aims to start a conversation about what might be possible in the town.

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Scotland’s Towns Partnership is seeking a 2020 host for the recognised and well established national conference for Scotland’s towns.

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