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New ‘Pedestrian Pound’ Report Shows Economic Benefits of Walking for Town Centres

Living Streets Scotland - Updated research shows that Christmas shoppers who walk to high streets could be spending more than those who drive there.  

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Community Development Alliance Scotland Newsletter: Human Rights and Community Development

The latest CDAS newsletter marks Human Rights Day, and looks at how community development and place-making can embed a human rights approach. The newsletter can be read here. 

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Winners Announced: The 2018 ‘20th Anniversary’ SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration

SURF - The outcomes of the prestigious 2018 ‘20th Anniversary’ SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration were announced last Thursday 6 December at a celebratory presentation event in Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel.

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ScotRail Cycle Fund Re-Opens: Apply by 1 March 2019

After the successful launch of the Cycle Fund in 2018, ScotRail is delighted to reopen the fund for applications for projects starting in 2019.

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Scotland's Towns & Improvement Districts News

Welcome to this news update from Scotland’s Towns Partnership and Scotland's Improvement Districts for November 2018. 

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Job Opportunity: Alloa First BID Manager

Alloa First is looking for a motivated, innovative manager to take the BID to the next level.

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Regeneration Plan for Nairn Wins National ‘Future Town’ Design Competition

A plan to revitalise the Highland town of Nairn has been voted by the public as winner of the national ‘FutureTown’ Design Competition.

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Take Part in the Access Survey 2018 and Improve the Accessibility of Scotland’s Places

Organised by charity Euan’s Guide, the Access Survey is run alongside Disabled Access Day.

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Scotland's Towns Week Begins! 19 - 25 November 2018

Scotland's Towns Week is the annual celebration of the nation's towns and city districts. Coordinated by Scotland’s Towns Partnership and Scotland's Improvement Districts, all organisations and individuals are invited to promote the ‘Keep It Local’ message, share what’s going on in their area, and highlight what makes their local communities...

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Public Votes Turriff as ‘Scotland’s Most Beautiful High Street’

19/11/2018 - Aberdeenshire town Turriff has been voted by the public as Scotland’s Most Beautiful High Street, recognising the heritage, beauty and unique experience the town centre offers.

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