PAS and ISOCARP take part in the World Urban Forum
We have put together a guide to share how we think Local Place Plans could work.
Testing the applicability of the Place Standard tool to assess the quality of Gypsy/Traveller sites.
Our education team reflects on the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and its importance in planning and placemaking.
Fife Council last week took forward the decision to use compulsory purchase to demolish the Glenwood shopping centre in Glenrothes.
PAS recently organised a zine making workshop with the STAR Project in Paisley.
We are creating a town planning zine, under the title “An unofficial guide to involving young people in their place”.
The Applecross Community Land Use Plan has now been published. Find out more.
Historic Scotland has commissioned PAS to carry out a pilot project on heritage crime, called Past Protectors.
We share results of a community survey on Local Place Plans.
Advice Volunteers help individuals and communities across Scotland to participate in planning decisions.
March 2019 is shaping up to be a particularly busy for the Bridging the Gap project, one of our key education programmes. We are currently working with young people and teachers in five locations to deliver the project.
2018 was an important year for our organisation – it was Scotland’s Year of Young People and it saw an increasing number of PAS projects involving youth and children in the planning process.
PAS was commissioned by Historic Environment Scotland to engage young people in Kirkwall in their local heritage. The aim was to garner young people’s views on what they understood …
PAS is working with SAGS to run a series of workshops exploring how allotments and growing spaces can be incorporated into new and existing development. At each workshop we will be testing…