Following a year that highlighted the importance of ‘keeping it local’, our 2021 summer regeneration conference focused on CCHAs’ place-making work in and with their communities.
For our members, physical, social and economic regeneration in their communities have always been closely intertwined. For over 40 years, CCHAs have put their local communities’ assets and input at the heart of their place-making processes.
Please see below for presentations from the conference
- Keeping Scotland Beautiful, with Katie Murray, Communities and Place Manager at Keep Scotland Beautiful
- Creating Living Streets, with Katharine Brough, Head of Behaviour Change, Cycling Scotland, and Robert Weetman, Technical Coordinator, Scotland, Living Streets
- Why Place-making Matters, with Ian Gilzean, Chief Architect, Planning and Architecture, Scottish Government (including second and third parts)
- Place-making in Castlemilk; looking back, moving forward, with Maureen Cope (MBE), Board Member, Ardenglen HA, and Anna Stuart (MBE), Board Member and Ambassador, Cassiltoun HA
- Messages from the Midsteeple Quarter Project, with Scott Mackay, Executive Director, Midsteeple Quarter
- Ayrshire Housing – Place-making across Communities: Jim Whiston, Director, Ayrshire Housing
- Easthall Park Housing Cooperative – More than a Landlord: Claire McGraw, Director, and Brian McMahon, Maintenance Manager, Easthall Park HC
- Govan HA and Southside HA – Creating post-pandemic spaces: Ryan Davidson, Govan HA Community Inclusion Officer, on the Backcourt Improvement Programme/Feasibility Study, and Pauline Fletcher, Southside HA Community Initiatives Manager, on Queensland Court and Gardens
- Queens Cross HA – Woodside Making Places Project: Alan Muir, Investment Manager, Queens Cross HA
- Thenue HA/Blaeloch Community Land Ltd: Ruth Adam, Community Regeneration Manager, Thenue HA, and Frank Soutar, local resident and Chair, Blaeloch Community Land Ltd