Views sought on how to energise Scotland’s town centres

VIEWS are being sought on how town centres might be energised in the future.

The Scottish Parliament has today issued the invite to “inform its inquiry on town centres and retail”.

The inquiry invite – by the Scottish Parliament’s Economy and Fair Work Committee – poses 15 questions, including (1) How are Scottish high streets and town centres changing? What are the strengths and weaknesses of Scotland’s town centres? (2) How do we encourage people to live in town centres? What types of policies are needed? and (3) How can equality and diversity issues be addressed in policies that create and sustain resilient town centres?

Views require to be submitted – via here – by the 16th of next month.

Pictured: Kirkcaldy, Fife, Picture credit: Place Design Scotland

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