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Scotland is changing and with these changes come both opportunities and challenges - this report sets out the work we are doing on A Caring Place
Historically, geographically, climatically and culturally, Scotland offers schools and their pupils one of the richest and most varied...
The Learner Journey: this exhibition showcases the learner journey from four schools and features the Tests of Change process
This event in Dumfries explored how we can work together to create more age-friendly places to live in Scotland.
These examples illustrate where architects and urban designers have reconciled functions of the individual house that are integral to placemaking.
A&DS will be taking to the road during 2019 to run a series of workshops on the future of housing in Scotland.
ESALA and Collective Architecture will design a travelling exhibition to support Scottish Government consultation process
A&DS will participate in the first international conference on place and the Place Standard in partnership NHS Health Scotland.
A Caring Place: creating caring places and providing friendly and accessible transport - by Hamish Brown a volunteer pilot with Cycling Without Age
Creating Caring Places: Re-purposing and Integrating Technology - Colin Foskett, writes about ease of accessibility and promoting independent living.
Creating Caring Places: Re-purposing and Integrating Technology - Anne-Marie O’Hara, Chief Executive of Norton Park talks about a re-purposed building
Creating Caring Places: Housing Choice - Tom Morton, Arc Architects writes about community-led housing as an agent of change.