3 May 2021 — Resource
What if…? / Resources
If you want to explore any of the themes in the What if…?/Scotland exhibition further, here is a list of relevant resources and tools.
The Place Standard
The Place Standard tool provides a simple framework to structure conversations about place. It allows you to think about the physical elements of a place (for example its buildings, spaces, and transport links) as well as the social aspects (for example whether people feel they have a say in decision making).
20 Minute Neighbourhood Briefing
The principle of a 20 minute neighbourhood is a place-based approach to enable more local living and thereby support everybody’s choices to enhance wellbeing for our people and planet.
The Place Principle
The Place Principle aims to encourage better collaboration and community involvement, and improve the impact of combined energy, resources and investment.
Housing to 2040
Scotland’s first long-term national housing strategy
Community Wealth Building
Community wealth building (CWB) is a people-centred approach to local economic development, which redirects wealth back into the local economy, and places control and benefits into the hands of local people.
Town Centre Regeneration
Sustainable regeneration of our towns can only be achieved through collaboration and investment which include or are led by local communities.
Community-led regeneration is about people identifying issues and opportunities in their local area, deciding what to do about them and making positive changes in their communities
Designing for a Changing Climate
This report looks at how we can create great places, while tackling the climate emergency.
Material Considerations: A Library of Sustainable Building Materials
An online resource for anyone interested in sustainability.