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Lets change that competition

Last Updated: 8/31/2017

To celebrate the launch of Corra Foundation, Esmee Fairbairn, BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief are running a competition.. There are three categories each with a prize of £1000 each for one-off ideas to support one of the below goals: Place - People coming together to create positive change within their local area. Children & Young People - Children and young people leading change that makes a difference to their lives. Sport -Enabling the use of sport to support positive change. Entry is via a creative video or photograph. More information and all the FAQ's can be found below:

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Keep Scotland Beautiful Place Standard Report

Last Updated: 7/3/2017

NHS Health Scotland were involved in a pilot of the Place Standard Tool, with Keep Scotland Beautiful and East Dunbartonshire Community Planning Partnership between June 2016 and February 2017. The pilot has been written up as a report and Keep Scotland Beautiful have published it on their website today, along with a web statement. You can read the report and the web statement below. The project used the Place Standard engagement tool to evaluate the quality of a community, and identify both positive and negative factors about the area. East Dunbartonshire Community Planning Partnership will use the results of the pilot to support improvements in Hillhead and Harestanes. NHS Health Scotland will use the report to refine the tool for future use.

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Place Standard Tool wins excellence Award

Last Updated: 6/27/2017

The Place Standard Tool, developed by NHS Health Scotland, the Scottish Government and Architecture Design Scotland, has won the Royal Town Planning Institute’s (RTPI) award for excellence in planning for wellbeing. It is important that the places and spaces in which we live and work are designed to promote good health and reduce health inequalities. The people who live in a community are best placed to design the spaces and places in a way that will make this happen. That is why we developed the Place Standard Tool.  It can help structure the necessary conversations between planners and communities. 

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