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STP Chief Officer Phil Prentice: Think Local First as More Scots Businesses Reopen

Scots shoppers are being urged to put their local stores first as high streets reopen fully amid easing coronavirus restrictions today (Monday, April 26).

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Milngavie Project Hailed as Fantastic Example of What BIDs Can Achieve

A significant public realm development has been hailed as a fantastic example of the difference that Business Improvement Districts can make to their community.

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Destination Dufftown Launches Visitor Campaign with Bespoke Brand Designed to Celebrate and Promote the Town

Truerlein Ltd. has announced the launch of Destination Dufftown, a campaign to be run in conjunction with Visit Moray Speyside, and designed to reinvigorate Dufftown’s tourist trade and attract more visitors to the area.

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Local Gift Cards Used to Disburse Funds to Families in Need in East Ayrshire

East Ayrshire Council is distributing 4500 East Ayrshire Gift Cards to local families over the Easter period as part of a support care package campaign, allowing families to redeem the disbursed funds with dignity at over 120 participating businesses in East Ayrshire.

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New Funding Available to Help Scottish Businesses Save Energy

(Zero Waste Scotland) - The Scottish Government is committed to supporting small and medium-sized Scottish businesses to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions.

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Join National Efforts to Get Your Corner of Scotland Buzzing

Community groups, local authorities and BIDs across Scotland are being invited to register and take part in the 2021 Beautiful Scotland and It's Your Neighbourhood initiatives.

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Summer Clean: Get Involved in Action to #CleanUpScotland

Scotland is facing a looming litter emergency.  To help tackle this Keep Scotland Beautiful is coordinating a Summer Clean from May 28th - June 20th. 

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Climate Emergency Training from Keep Scotland Beautiful

Understand #ClimateChange and find out how you can make a positive difference.

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£50 Million Vacant and Derelict Land Investment Programme (VDLIP) Open to Applications

The Scottish Government's £50 million low carbon Vacant and Derelict Land Investment Programme (VDLIP) is a capital programme scheduled over the next five years and is now open to applications for funding in 2021 to 2022.

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Town Centre Action Plan Review Report: Scottish Government and COSLA Publish Interim Joint Response

The Scottish Government and COSLA have published an interim joint response to the publication of A New Future for Scotland's Town Centres by the TCAP Expert Review Group. 

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