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Blog from Lesley Fraser, Housing, Regeneration and Welfare Director, Scottish Government

Blog from Lesley Fraser, Housing, Regeneration and Welfare Director, Scottish Government

It’s been some time since we updated you on what has happened since the Scottish Housing Event at Murrayfield on 18 November 2014...

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Nationwide redevelopment of surplus land and buildings

Hundreds of affordable homes being built on redundant public sector sites. Former publicly-owned land and buildings across Scotland, including hospitals, prisons and police stations, are being redeveloped to allow hundreds of affordable homes to be built.

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Spokes away for Great Glen Cycleway

The completion of the Great Glen Cycleway upgrade has been celebrated by Transport Minister Derek Mackay in Inverness today with the help of some local school children from Crown Primary School.

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Understanding the Housing Aspirations of People in Scotland

The Scottish Government’s vision is that all people in Scotland live in high quality sustainable homes that they can afford and that meet their needs. A key aspect of housing need (and demand) is people’s aspirations. Housing aspirations in policy debates are most often associated with homeownership, largely because survey...

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Challenge Fund

Scottish Government are seeking to maintain an environment that promotes cost-effective learning opportunities through the communication of ideas, networking and engagement. They also seek to improve the impact of the learning network ethos, so that information reaches, interests and inspires new audiences.

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Wigtown Book Festival: Is it just about selling books?

For 10 days every year, Scotland's National Book Town enjoys a sprinkling of celebrity stardust. Writers, artists, politicians and personalities in all their guises descend on the Wigtown Book Festival to debate ideas, share gossip - and sell books.

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FutureTown Design Competition: create the future of Scotland's towns

Can you imagine the high streets of the future? Do you have a good idea for the future of Scotland’s high streets? Scotland’s Towns Week’s (16 – 22 November) FutureTown Gallery needs your ideas! We want your ideas to contribute to a space for a possible high street in STP’s FutureTown. ...

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Creative Scotland Newsletter - September 2015

In this month's round up we report on efforts to map the visual arts sector in Scotland, invite you to come and talk to us at a series of Open Sessions, announce a record spend on film and TV production and share some exciting upcoming events including the DanceLive and Luminate Festivals and the Turner Prize 2015 Exhibition.

We also bring you the usual selection of Funding news, features from ourExplore section, and much more. Happy reading!

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Built Environment Forum Scotland News Bulletin

BEFS ebulletin Historic Environment Scotland

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Small Business Saturday 2015

Small Business Saturday December 5th 2015

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