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Archive | January, 2013

East Lothian Rural Voice | pointers for integrated policy

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about a fresh’n’lo approach to rural planning. It described a pioneering public/private sector collaborative approach to informing the next generation of rural planning policy in East Lothian, with the objective of encouraging more rural investment, more diverse and sustainable rural economies, and thriving rural communities. Now, Richard Heggie […]

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power-sharing in place-making

Over the last five years, co-production and collaboration have become popular – the concepts of people and organisations working together to make better places, with a focus on action. For some examples, look through the case studies in the excellent Compendium for the Civic Economy or the winning projects of last month’s SURF regeneration awards. There’s clearly no […]

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