We blogged a while back about the CuparCould Charretteplus® project. The final project report and community booklet are now available to read.
The initiative was led by Cupar Development Trust and other local stakeholders with support from PAS who project managed the Charetteplus and funding from the Scottish Government, Fife Council and Awards for All.
From the outset the project had a strong focus on considering how ideas arising from the charrette would actually be delivered, and the report reflects this.
Cupar Development Trust has strong aspirations to take forward the ideas arising from the charrette. There is recognition that each of the eight proposals emerging from the CuparCould will need collaborative action under five themes:
– Access and wayfinding
– People-friendly design
– A distinctive market town
– Culture and heritage
– Historic townscape
A booklet for distribution in the local community was also produced summarising the project and ideas which arose from the engagement.
For further information or to discuss how to collaborate with PAS on a similar project please contact Julia Frost on 0131 659 9772 or email firstname.lastname@example.org