Our report for the Planning Performance Framework and how we are building knowledge and capacity in the planning system for 2020-21.
This article and short animation explains why you should adopt a place-based approach as outlined in the Place Principle.
Design in a Changing Climate: report shows how places across Scotland can tackle climate change and improve people's quality of life.
Our report for the Planning Performance Framework and how we are building knowledge and capacity in the planning system for 2019-20.
Architecture and Design Scotland, Scottish Government and NHS Health will run a Place Standard workshop at the City Link Festival, Copenhagen.
A new way to evaluate systematically what a “good place” means won the United Kingdom and Ireland’s most prestigious planning awards in 2017.
The Place Standard is a finalist in the category for Planning for Wellbeing at the Royal Town Planning Institute’s Awards for Planning Excellence
Outputs from the meeting of the Local Authority Urban Design Forum (LAUDF), held at the Lighthouse, Glasgow, on 12th May 2016
Creating Sustainable Communities: Better Approaches to Masterplanning Practice
The University of Dundee, Geddes Institute for Urban Research
A+DS has helped to facilitate a workshop session on 'graphic communication' at the recent National Development Planning...