The collapse of so many high street chains over the past year has put jobs at risk and triggered fears for the future of our town centres.
This directly follows on from the pilot project A&DS undertook, which considered a whole place approach to designing for a changing climate.
Design in a Changing Climate: report shows how places across Scotland can tackle climate change and improve people's quality of life.
A&DS Board Member Lynn Wilson argues that now is the time and place for circular solutions to Covid-19's economic aftershocks.
Ann Allen, Chair of A&DS reflects on what learning we can take from lockdown and how we can use this to support communities across Scotland.
Deveron Projects is an arts organisation working in Huntly to create projects that connect artists, communities and places.
MJ Somerville from Sustrans introduces the Cargo Bike Library and explains the benefits of cargo bikes in supporting town and city centres.
This case study looks at professional collaboration and community consultation, to inform housing design and town centre investment in Alloa.
In this blog Neal Hemingway, of Threesixty Architecture, writes about the tools available to consider repurposing and sustainable placemaking.
Shona Glenn from the Scottish Land Commission, writes about the potential of vacant and derelict land in tackling the climate emergency.