PAS

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    Engagement Skills for Planning

    In late May PAS delivered a training event “Understanding SP=EED™ around engagement skills for planning which was attended by 20 participants.

The planning system changes places and has a direct impact on people's lives
It's founding principle is to ensure greater social equity and deliver public good
The planning system has a key role to play in addressing social exclusion
PAS directly delivers on the social purpose of the planning system
Planning Aid Scotland is The Leading Voice On Community Involvement we are here to help individuals and community groups...more
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