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The Federation of Small Businesses would like to know how small businesses have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, in order to represent the diverse circumstances of small firms to Government and policy-makers.

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A new partnership has been announced that will help the thousands of Scots that signed up to the Scotland Cares campaign to get involved with local efforts to bolster town centres and support vulnerable communities. The initiative will be delivered by Scotland’s Towns Partnership and Volunteer Scotland.

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Volunteer Scotland and Scotland’s Towns Partnership are pleased to join together to help direct volunteers to the opportunities where they can make a contribution to their local community.

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Around £220 million of further grants are being made available for businesses - including the recently self-employed - to help them deal with the ongoing impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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A Scottish town is calling for residents to give extra support to local businesses during Covid-19 lockdown.

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This exciting 2 year post is the result of a partnership between the Scottish Land Commission and the Development Trusts Association Scotland which seeks to address the challenging problem of vacant and derelict land. Closes 24th April 2020. 

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Communities Secretary, Aileen Campbell, provides £1 million COVID-19 Business Improvement Districts Resilience Fund.

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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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