Baltic Street Adventure Playground

A child-led adventure playground where children choose what to do, how the playground is managed and help develop future changes.

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Calton Barras Action Plan

The key objective of Glasgow City Council was to create an attractive and well-connected neighbourhood with a distinctive and vibrant Barras Market at its core through a phased programme of community investment, physical improvements and adaptive reuse projects.

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Creative Dundee

Creative Dundee began as a blog in 2008 which grew into a social enterprise dedicated to better connecting the city of Dundee through advocating and recognising the incredible things that are made in Dundee, and encouraging an environment that inspires new collaborations to emerge. Today, Creative Dundee operates as a citywide network leading collaborative projects which generate local, national and international opportunities for people and the city.

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Glasgow Canal Regeneration Partnership

The Glasgow Canal Regeneration Partnership (GCRP) aims to regenerate and transform the North Glasgow’s canal area into a vibrant local and city destination - for living, working, visiting and creating.

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Kinning Park Complex

Kinning Park Complex (KPC), refers to both an organisation and to a place - an old red sandstone school building - built in 1916. Following the closure of the school the building served as a Neighbourhood Centre for twenty years. Slated for closure in 1996, a group of the centre’s users and supporters began an occupation of the building.

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Leith Late

LeithLate began as a one night celebration of Leith's creative scene in 2011 with an art walk along Leith Walk, highlighting local art spaces and sites of creative activity and ending in an afterparty at a local community venue. The purpose of the organisation is to celebrate Leith, provide a platform for local and international artists to showcase their work and to engage with local businesses to promote artistic activity in the Leith area.

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Look Again Festival

Look Again Festival takes place across Aberdeen during the summer months, inviting artists and designers to respond to place and people, animating public space and seeing the city through inspiring fresh eyes.

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Make Your Mark Charrette

The Make Your Mark Charrette invited local people in East Pollokshields and Port Eglinton in Glasgow to take part in a series of workshops and activities and contribute their views and ideas for the future of the area. Charrettes, also known as community-led design, bring together local people and a team of design professionals, who work collaboratively to create future plans through a series of events and activities held over a short time period, typically four days to one week.

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Test Unit

Test Unit is an annual summer school in Glasgow exploring cross disciplinary approaches to City development.

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EPAD Platform

epad.space is a free online database of rehearsal and meeting spaces in Edinburgh for performance artists. The site is a mechanism to maximise knowledge of appropriate spaces around the city, thereby making it easier for Edinburgh’s performing artists to create work in the city throughout the year.

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Transition Stirling

Transition Stirling is an environmental charity focusing on helping the people of Stirlingshire transition to a more resilient sustainable way of living, providing a positive local response to climate change.

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WHALE Arts

WHALE Arts are a community-led arts charity and social enterprise, set up by local people in 1992. Their mission is to be the creative heart of a vibrant, thriving community across Wester Hailes in Edinburgh.

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Active Streets

Active Streets is a project aiming to improve the everyday journeys of people across the catchment area of Portobello High School in Edinburgh. With a focus on journeys to and from primary and secondary schools in the area, the project is built around actively involving young people in a highly creative process that helps them to shape ideas for their own journeys.

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Colquhoun Square

Colquhoun Square has been designed to create a town centre with attractive, usable and flexible public space which supports community events, festivals and markets. While previously the area was a crossroads dominated by vehicles, it is now a pedestrian focused environment.

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Craft Café

Craft Café has been operational for the last 11 years and reaches out to over 100 members aged 55+ in Govan, Glasgow. The project is proven to reduce feelings of isolation and vulnerability; improve mental and physical wellbeing, and reduce the pressures on primary and secondary care/health providers.

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Getting Alongside Communities

People in Place works alongside nine communities in Scotland. Each with a dedicated Community Coordinator the programme centres on supporting local people to connect and work with one another - and wider partners - deliver community priorities and create positive change.

The programme also assists and enables locally-led actions by seeking out voices that are seldom heard and encouraging whole community participation.

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The Stove Network

The Stove Network is an ‘arts and community’ organisation in the heart of Dumfries High Street. From their space, they are able to run a diverse programme encompassing many different avenues of art, design and enterprise as well as a cafe.

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Coalfields Regeneration Trust

The Coalfields Training and Enterprise Hub is a flexible working space in Kincardine, a small seaport town in Fife. The Hub brings together lone workers to combat social isolation and to encourage social entrepreneurship.

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Deveron Projects

Deveron Projects connects artists, community and place through a 50/50 approach that balances impact on both: the international art scene and the local community. Based in the rural market town of Huntly, Aberdeenshire, it works with artists from the locality and all over the world.

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LIVE Park

LIVE Park is the Local Development Plan for Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. This 720 square mile area contains a number of towns and villages, and while conservation is a key concern for the park authority, there exists a need to think carefully about development opportunities that impact the more than 15,000 residents of the area. Live Park sets out a 20 year vision for development and is refreshed every 5 years.

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Ochiltree Community Hub

Ochiltree Community Hub (OCH) is a community owned organisation established with the aim of reducing social isolation and improving health and wellbeing in Ochiltree, East Ayrshire. The organisation operates a purpose built community centre building, with meeting rooms, a multipurpose sports hall, and café, offering a range of events and activities to the local community.

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Scottish Sculpture Workshop

Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) is a unique, rural site of collective learning and inquiry set up to support artists in the research and realisation of their ideas. Through the workshop facilities, self-catering accommodation and curated programmes SSW enables the coming together of artists with other practitioners, creating a learning environment that fosters curiosity, play and experimentation.

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Cullen Community Centre

How a community saved and revitalised an important local asset

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Custom Lane

Custom Lane is a creative hub created to identify, support and celebrate emerging world-class design in Scotland. Located in the heart of Leith's historic scenic shore area - home to a diverse range of creative organisations, architects, production agencies and artists’ studios - Custom Lane is housed within a refurbished waterside building and its fully accessible ground floor comprises a café, shop, gallery, event space and workshops.

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The Larick Centre

Building a new hub for the community

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