GLASGOW City Council is reportedly seeking suggestions for regeneration projects, using a Scottish Government-funded scheme.
Says the Scottish Government, here, of its Place-Based Investment Programme: “[It] is being used to link and align place-based funding initiatives. The aim of the PBIP is to ensure that all place-based investments are shaped by the needs and aspirations of local communities and accelerate our ambitions for place, 20-minute neighbourhoods, town centre action, community-led regeneration and community wealth building.”
To be eligible, suggestions must be “delivered in partnership with communities and local government; [deliver] the twin priorities of economic recovery and tackling inequality; [and] requires a sustained and co-ordinated place-based approach”.
And, reports the regeneration organisation, SURF, a deadline of June 12 is required by the council.
SURF continues, here: “In previous rounds of the fund, the city council – working in partnership with local organisations including housing associations, regeneration agencies and cultural organisations – secured several millions of pounds for a variety of projects.”
Pictured: Glasgow City Chambers, Picture credit: Place Design Scotland
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