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Four New Directors Appointed to Scotland’s Towns Partnership’s Board

Four new non-executive directors have been appointed to the board of Scotland’s Towns Partnership, the national agency for towns.

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Professor Leigh Sparks: What Should We Value about Retailing and Towns and What Should We Do About Them?

Reflecting on the impact of coronavirus on town centre retail and policy priorities going forward, Professor Leigh Sparks, Chair of STP, provides a series of insights and propositions for the future. 

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COVID19: £100m Funds Open to Help Scottish Businesses

Scottish Government - A £100 million package of additional grant support for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) and newly self-employed people opens for applications later today (30th April). 

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Eyebright Utilities COVID19 Support Offer to STP Members

Utilities specialists eyebright would like to extend an offer to all STP members and associates at this time, to offer their knowledge and support to anybody who has concerns with making payments on their utilities bills or concerns with their contractual framework. There is no need to be a client...

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FSB: Getting Your Views on the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Federation of Small Businesses would like to know how small businesses have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, in order to represent the diverse circumstances of small firms to Government and policy-makers.

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Scots Step Up to Help Their Towns

A new partnership has been announced that will help the thousands of Scots that signed up to the Scotland Cares campaign to get involved with local efforts to bolster town centres and support vulnerable communities. The initiative will be delivered by Scotland’s Towns Partnership and Volunteer Scotland.

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Make a Difference: Volunteer in Your Town or City Neighbourhood!

Volunteer Scotland and Scotland’s Towns Partnership are pleased to join together to help direct volunteers to the opportunities where they can make a contribution to their local community.

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Scottish Government: Additional £220m Support for Businesses Announced

Around £220 million of further grants are being made available for businesses - including the recently self-employed - to help them deal with the ongoing impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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Milngavie: Gift Cards and Online Easter Hunt to Support Local Businesses During COVID-19 Crisis

A Scottish town is calling for residents to give extra support to local businesses during Covid-19 lockdown.

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Job Opportunity: Vacant & Derelict Land Project Manager [Closes 24.04.20]

This exciting 2 year post is the result of a partnership between the Scottish Land Commission and the Development Trusts Association Scotland which seeks to address the challenging problem of vacant and derelict land. Closes 24th April 2020. 

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