Holyrood announces £30m regeneration fund
The Scottish government has announced that Scotland’s local authorities will receive £30m of new investment for regeneration and town centres.
Nearly £400m to be invested along the English and Scottish border
Just under £395m is to be invested into five local authority areas on both sides of the border between England and Scotland, Whitehall and Holyrood say.
This issue of Public Property examines how how flexible workspaces can lead the way in regeneration for local authorities, Why local authority intervention is key to successful urban regeneration schemes and if the Government’s challenge of embracing beauty is an opportunity for communities.
The March issue also takes a closer look at Blackburn with Darwen Council's first digital health hub to help people gain control over health and care services.