Here our Board Member, and deputy Chair, Graham Ross answers our Geddes-Gram.
We asked Karen Anderson, former Chair of A&DS Board, to answer our first Geddes-Gram, taking the temperature of Scotland's built environment.
This first part explores what makes a Caring Place; key messages coming out of the session, as well as some potential actions that were discussed.
Town Centre Living: how do we create building facilities that are fit for everyone regardless of their age, ability or gender.
Making Public Places better for everyone - an ageing population is fast becoming one of the biggest challenges facing society, writes Lucy Richards.
How do the trips we we need to make to access public services impact on our Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change?
Town Centre Living Blog by Carnegie Associate Zoë Ferguson, author of The Place of Kindness: Combating loneliness and building stronger communities.
Town Centre Living: As part of our series on creating a caring place Kayleigh Lytham from Paths for All blogs about dementia friendly design.
Town Centre Living: Steven Tolson and Dr Margaret Brown, reflect on place making and urban living for older people.
Town Centre Living: Penny Morriss of Living Streets Scotland on walkable and caring town centres.