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Keep Scotland Beautiful's Community Development Team is launching four new initiatives to engage individuals, communities and organisations in sustainable development – Adopt-a-Garden, Bee Diverse, Tasty Spaces and Young Reporters Scoland. The Team works with a wide range of individuals, groups and organisations across Scotland, and aims to help communities re-engage...

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A&DS September Newsletter

See the Architecture and Design Scotland September newsletter here

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One-third of shares sold in bid to make Portpatrick Harbour community-owned

THE first community-owned harbour in Scotland is a step closer to become a reality after one-third of its shares were sold in three days.

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STA - The Pulse

See "The Pulse" latest news features here

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Phil Prentice on the John Beattie show

Listen in to our very own Phil Prentice on the BBC John Beattie show.

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Programme for Government 2015-16

The Government’s Programme for Scotland 2015-16. The document sets out the legislation for the coming year, as well as summarising the Scottish Government's key achievements and main goals for the future - both legislative and non-legislative.

1 Introduction And Summary

2 A Stronger And Fairer Scotland

3 A Strong, Sustainable Economy

4 Protecting And Reforming Our Public Services

5 Strengthening Our Communities

6 The Scottish Government’s Legislative Programme


SURF's September e-bulletin

This month, SURF hope you will: nominate a project for the 2015 SURF Awards; read about the new appointments to the SURF Board of Directors; book places at the SURF Awards Presentation Dinner; browse the 2016 Manifesto voting outcomes from the 2015 Annual Conference; and get something useful out of the latest regeneration news.


Funding boost in battle to revive run-down town centres

SOCIAL Justice Secretary Alex Neil has pledged £1.7 million of funding to help inject new life into Scotland’s run-down town centres. He told The National in an exclusive interview that “town centres are by no means dead, there is a future for them but we’ve got to work at it...

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Love Your Town! Scotland’s Towns Week Launches

Scotland’s Towns Week officially launched in Scottish Parliament yesterday (2nd September 2015) during an evening reception which celebrated the diversity of Scotland’s small and rural towns, ahead of Towns Week which runs 16th – 22nd November 2015 Scotland-wide. Around 150 representatives from across Scotland’s towns, showed their support for the...

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Latest news from Creative Scotland - August

The latest news from Creative Scotland: £2.4million boost to cultural activity across Scotland, National Library of Scotland to host 2015 Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship and Roadshow to help artists showcase their talents.

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