Digital technologies are increasingly transforming our economy and society, and present great challenges and opportunities for Scotland’s towns. At Scotland’s Towns Conference attendees will be able to get to grips with the new digital world and how to ‘future-proof’ our towns at an expert-led workshop with David Wallace (Director, Major & Public Sector at BT Scotland) and Mark Collins (Founder and Director of Strategy and Public Affairs at CityFibre).read more
In just one week, Scotland’s largest gathering of those who work to improve the nation’s towns and city districts will take place in Paisley Town Hall.
The Scottish Government announced today that almost 30 towns across Scotland have been awarded specialist support to develop their Digital Towns Plans.read more
Scotland’s Towns Partnership is inviting all towns and city neighbourhoods to take part in the third annual FutureTown Design Competition. Enter to gain media profile for your town and the chance for a keynote slot to present your idea at the annual Towns Tea Party! The Scotsman newspaper is media partner once again for the competition.read more
Leading-edge urban development advocates from the Netherlands and the United States are to share learning on the innovative, ground-up solutions being generated to the challenges that towns face today.read more
Big Lottery Fund - Over the years many of my colleagues have written blog posts that shared our best hints, tips and advice when applying for National Lottery funding from the Big Lottery Fund.read more
Read below for the latest update on events and news at Scotland's Towns Partnership. With just five weeks to go to our annual Scotland's Towns Conference, don't miss the chance to reserve your place at the nation's biggest gathering of town stakeholders and advocates!
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SURF (Scotland’s Regeneration Forum) is pleased to announce the 2017 shortlist for our prestigious national awards scheme, which showcases success in responding to regeneration challenges in communities across Scotland.read more
Every quarter Springboard work with place makers across the UK to create a true vacancy rate benchmark.read more
A new way of generating funding and shaping priorities in place-making is to be presented at Scotland’s Towns Conference, 21 November 2017 in Paisley.read more
BBC - Paisley's bid to become the UK City of Culture 2021 has been sent off with a fanfare in the town.read more
A feature on the future of town centre retail was published today in the Scotsman’s Vision Magazine. The articles include an editorial by Professor Leigh Sparks, Chair of STP, as well as interviews with Andrew Murphy (Chair, Scottish Retail Consortium) and Alan Anthony (Chair, REVO Scotland).read more
Page & Park Architects - Kelvin Hall won Best Regeneration Project at the Herald Property Awards for Scotland on Friday 22nd September. The category was sponsored by Scotland's Towns Partnership, with the prize on the night being presented by Craig McLaren, Director of RTPI Scotland and an STP Board Member.read more