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The £1 million Scottish Government Scotland Loves Local Fund aims to empower communities by enabling local delivery of projects, and giving them support and guidance to help them achieve aims important to them. The fund encourages communities to ‘love local’, recognise the importance of their local areas, and actively engage in and develop them.

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Following the recent £50 million Town Centre Boost Fund, an additional stimulus of £18 million of capital investment has been allocated to support our town centres. The Town Centre Captail Fund, allocated and distributed with agreement from COSLA Leadership and the Scottish Government has been apportioned to Scotland's Local Authorities. 

This resource page will be updated with further information on the Town Centre Capital Fund to support local authorities. 

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This report introduces and walks through the process that has been used in Cupar, Fife to create the UK's first Digital Improvement District, Cupar Now. 

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These resources from the UK's High Streets Task Force can help you to create a customised routemap for your high street or town centre, from crisis to recovery and transformation, in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Note: applications for this fund are now closed. The below information is intended for informational purposes only. 

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Scotland's Towns Partnership holds regular events and webinars for the custodians of Scotland's towns and city districts. All of the learning and resources from these are available in our series of event reports. Access these on our Wakelet page here

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Living Wage Places: A toolkit on tackling low pay by celebrating local action, published jointly by the Living Wage Foundation, Living Wage Scotland and supported by the Carnegie UK Trust, provides valuable, practical insight for places of all size across the UK to begin their own Living Wage Place journey. Access here.

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Walkipedia brings together the key sources of information and evidence relating to walking, pedestrians, and active travel and to highlight some of the main points from these sources.

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Walking charity Living Streets has put together some new campaign tools to help support efforts to make pavements safe and clear in your area.

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Many of the things we throw away haven’t always reached the end of their useful life. Something that you don’t want any more can still be used by someone else. Discover the positive effect of re-use...

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