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    Supporting Communities in Scotland

     

     

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    - WHAT WE DO -

    • We work with local people in their own neighbourhoods to bring people together, empower residents and develop a community voice
    • We enable positive change for and by the local community
    • We work with, and on behalf of, Registered Social Landlords, Local Authority, other stakeholders as well as the local community directly

  • - OUR SERVICES -

    Listen

    Consultations

    Engagement

    Research

    Stakeholders

    Plan

    Asset Transfer

    Feasibility

    Strategic Plans

    Action Plans

    Galvanise

    Asset Maps

    Implementation

    Vision Creation

    Management

    Build

    Funding

    Governance

    Training

    Capacity

  • - Your Stories -

    Read about some of our previous work

    Housing

    Associations

    Community

    Building

    Asset

    Transfer

    Park

    Creation

  • - Contact Us -

    Don't be afraid to reach out. Together we can make a difference

  • The Blog

    Hints, tips and experiences of community engagement

    Recently we’ve been involved in building communities in Dumfries and Falkirk, two places that are struggling with the effects of poverty and have been identified as receiving less investment than other similar areas. Over the last five years, we’ve used roadmaps, ideas and a whole lot of empathy...
    2019年4月2日 · community,community engagement,robots,AI,maternity
    I recently returned to my job from maternity leave and the tremors of how much had changed in the space of a year are only just starting to settle. Either I was hiding under a fuzzy pregnancy blanket before going off, or things have changed quickly. I don’t think I was, I mean I remember being at...
    2019年3月15日
    Recently it was announced that Lincluden Community Centre has been awarded over £375,000 from the National Lottery Community Fund to develop a park known locally as Popeye’s Park. I speak to people every week that want to see parks improved in their local community and I’ve taken some time today...
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