ADT is supporting Alyth in Bloom in a major project to put new landscaping along the Burnside opposite Commercial Street. We want to get rid of the bamboo–and weeds–and make the Burnside useful and beautiful again. So PLEASE come to the Airlie Street Hall on Sat 28 April between 10am and 3pm and give us your ideas on how YOU want the burn side to look in future.
Perth & Kinross Council have organised a public “drop-in” event for Alyth residents to comment on the latest designs for the Market Square regeneration project.
Come along to the to the Ogilvie Rooms, Commercial Street, Alyth on Thursday 3rd May 2018 between 4pm and 7pm, to view and ask questions about the revised designs for improving Alyth Town Centre at a drop in session as part of the Placecheck initiative
You can download a large-scale pdf of the plans here: Alyth Square revised sketch proposals 2018 03 29
A programme offering funding and business support to new and growing social enterprises is open for applications.
The Bank of Scotland Social Entrepreneurs Trade Up Programme is run in partnership with the School for Social Entrepreneurs and jointly funded by Big Lottery Fund Scotland.
The Trade Up Programme is open to Scotland-based organisations generating at least £15,000 a year and looking to grow their income.
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Beyond Community Engagement: Delivering Co-Production in Practice
This briefing will examine the next steps for genuine and meaningful citizen participation to enhance services and outcomes.
Working with people and communities to improve outcomes
In September 2016, the revised National Standards for Community Engagement were launched building on the original 2005 standards, a growing range of practice and ongoing implementation of the Community Empowerment Act.
Co-production – the process of utilising all service stakeholders’ skills, lived and professional experience to develop better services – is the next rung on the participation ladder, so how can professionals work with people and communities to improve services and outcomes?
Attend this Holyrood briefing to examine the latest co-production developments and good practice.