Regeneration forum SURF has produced a proposal for a Scottish Index of Multiple Assets and Aspirations (SIMAA). People living and working in their Alliance for Action programme areas were concerned that Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation data was being used … Continue reading
A further three Development Trust reviews have now been carried out by Education Scotland’s HMIs as part of a collaboration with DTAS. The organisations reviewed were Auchinleck Community Development Initiative, Healthy’n’Happy and Cranhill Development Trust. According to DTAS, all three … Continue reading
SURF’s Alliance for Action held a shared learning sessions for partners and people living and working in the communities of Govan, Glasgow and Gallatown, Kirkcaldy on ‘Heritage as a means of community engagement’. This report explains the background, context and … Continue reading
SURF has provided a useful summary of the announcements in the draft 2017/18 Scottish Budget that appear to impact on community and economic regeneration.
You can find out more about all 2016 SURF awards winning and shortlisted projects in a special publication. The winner in the ‘Community-led regeneration’ category was the Tomintoul & Glenlivet Regeneration Project.
The UN has developed a new Urban Agenda, which is a Road Map for building cities that can serve as engines of prosperity and centres of cultural and social well-being while protecting the environment. The Agenda also provides guidance for … Continue reading