Past Protectors promotes young people develop awareness of heritage and heritage crime issues.
We share some tips of setting up an online facilitated event.
A guest post about the challenges and innovation in Dumfries during lockdown.
PAS volunteers reflect on how we are newly experiencing our places as a result of restrictions on movement.
A summary of our response to the Scottish Government’s National Planning Framework 4 (NPF4) ‘Call for Ideas’.
PAS volunteers reflect on taking public engagement online.
An update on how we’re working during quarantine.
Pupils from McLaren High School create a zine to highlight their experience of their place.
An update on our response to the COVID-19 situation.
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.