The Planning & Active Citizenship conference taking place on Thursday 25 October in Edinburgh will look at practical ways in which children and young people can be actively involved in the shaping of their towns and cities from the earliest age.
Glasgow City Council was awarded the top prize for Community Involvement at last night’s Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning.
On Wednesday 30th May 2012, PAS will be running a community training workshop at WHALE Arts Centre in Wester Hailes to help local people understand how they can engage with the planning system and have a say in the future of their area. Planning can have a big impact on local communities – and PAS’ […]
Former Scottish First Minister, Henry McLeish, has become a patron of PAS, a charity that helps people to ‘build’ their future. Having formally trained as a planner before entering the world of politics, Mr McLeish has a keen understanding of planning and many of the key issues facing the built environment in Scotland today – […]
On Saturday 11th February 2012, PAS will be running a community training workshop at Francis Xavier Church Hall to discuss the planning process in relation to renewable energy developments.
PAS is working to deliver a series of consultation events in East Lothian, to help feed into the emerging Local Development Plan. East Lothian Council is seeking the views of residents and others on future land-use and development in East Lothian. To find out more and how to attend events read the East Lothian Council […]
PAS’s (PAS) Planning for Community Developments guide provides people who are trying to develop community assets with an introduction to the planning issues they are likely to face, including advice on development management and community engagement, as well as advice on specific topics such as renewable energy and allotments. Petra Biberbach, Chief Executive of PAS […]