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2020 SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration Shortlist Revealed

In what has been an unprecedented year for everyone SURF is pleased to announce the 2020 shortlist for our prestigious national awards scheme, which showcases success in responding to regeneration challenges in communities across Scotland. This year pays particular focus to projectsand communities that have come together to support those...

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SURF: Covid-19 Community Resilience Case Studies and Lessons from the Frontline Report

By SURF - since lockdown began in March 2020, SURF (Scotland's Regeneration Forum) has provided a platform for SURF’s network to tell their stories of challenges, responses and resilience. 

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Second Urban Economy Forum to Be Held Virtually on 5-6 October 2020

The Urban Economy Forum (UEF) in collaboration with UN-Habitat is organizing the second “Urban Economy Forum 2020” virtually in conjunction with World Habitat Day on October 5th and 6th, 2020 in Toronto, Canada.

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Scottish Communities Recovery Fund Opens

The Communities Recovery Fund is part of the £25m Third Sector Community & Recovery Programme announced by the Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Local Government on 2nd September.

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Job Opportunity: Associate Director with CLES

Established in 1986, CLES is the national organisation for local economies – developing progressive economies for people, planet and place. We work by thinking and doing.

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Scottish Government Announces £30 Million To Support Regeneration and Town Centre Economic Recovery

Scottish Government - All of Scotland’s 32 local authorities and more than 25 individual community regeneration projects will receive a share of £30 million of new investment for regeneration and town centres.

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VisitScotland: Call for Involvement in #HameTownTourist Campaign

VisitScotland is encouraging Scots to explore their local area with the social media campaign #HameTownTourist. 

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Request to Scottish Businesses from the National Library of Scotland: Documenting COVID-19 Response and Impact

National Library of Scotland - To play our part in the coronavirus pandemic response, the National Library of Scotland is documenting the impact of the pandemic on Scottish business and the economy. We are doing this as part of our legislative mandate to collect, preserve, and protect documents that reflect Scotland’s heritage....

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Survey: How to Design Age-Friendly Intergenerational Places and Spaces

The Age-Friendly Living Ecosystem project team, part of the Intergenerational National Network, is gathering further ideas on how best to design culture-friendly places and spaces.

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COVID Historic Environment Resilience Forum: Call for Ideas

CHERF are looking for your ideas and blue sky thinking on structural / strategic solutions that could fundamentally change the heritage landscape for the better. Closing date 21 September 2020. 

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