Delivering Better Places in Scotland

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The Scottish Centre for Regeneration in the Scottish Government, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Scotland and Architecture + Design Scotland, have worked with the University of Glasgow to deliver a good practice guide to help different stakeholders improve their understanding of and identify good practice in how better places are delivered.

The guide has looked at experience outside of Scotland to see what we might learn for adaption and/ or application here. It looks to help us understand better how different public bodies have gone about the task of delivering places, making them work better, what kind of relationship they have developed with the private sector and how they have engaged people in the places being developed or regenerated.

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Place and leadership

The cross-party group of the Scottish Parliament on Architecture and the Built Environment were presented with the findings of...

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