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Dining out in Dunfermline is one of the most popular reasons for visiting the city and a third of visitors to the city centre are from outside Fife. These are the findings of a survey undertaken by BID company, Dunfermline Delivers.

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The report includes a number of proposals  advocated by Scotland's Towns Partnership to help breathe new life into town centres. 

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Just prior to Christmas we launched our joint report with the Local Data Company on Scotland's towns and cities and their retail structure. Details from then can be found here. I stated then that I would return to the topic and provide further commentary and details. In the early days of the New Year, I was invited to provide a guest post at the British Politics and Policy at the LSE blog. I reblog below what I wrote there for those that have not found their blog before.

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Official statistics published today show that the value of retail sales in Scotland grew by 2.5 per cent over the last 12 months while the volume of retails sales rose by two per cent.

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RICS Scotland has launched a new small business retail lease aimed at new and independent retailers in order to stimulate the letting of vacant high street space.

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Nominations for the most dismal town in Scotland, want to vote? Or just want to see who's nominated? Click here to make sure it's not your town!

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Professor Leigh Sparks' thoughts on Stirling's, Made in Stirling. 

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The switch on of the Clarkston Town Centre BID attracted some 700+ people. Given all of this is funded by the local businesses through the BID it demonstrates the level of commitment from the businesses to improving Clarkston Town Centre.

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