Localities & Learning Workshop
Time: 12:05 - 13:05
Collaboration sits at the heart of the public sector reform agenda in Scotland. Changing spaces, driven by policy need and community insight offers both the opportunity of service re-design and better use of spaces across localities to improve outcomes for communities. Continued investment in the learning estate invites opportunities for collaboration, and learning as placemaking.
The purpose of this workshop is to draw on examples of place based collaborative working already happening in Scotland with the learning estate at the heart and identify opportunities to share learning, and extend collaboration further.
- Sam Cassels Associate Director - Scottish Futures Trust
- Diarmaid Lawlor Director of Place - Architecture and Design Scotland