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People and Place: Regeneration Policy Statement

DescriptionPeople and Place: Regeneration Policy Statement
ISBN0-7559-4864-5
Official Print Publication DateFebruary 2006
Website Publication DateJune 02, 2006

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Contents

Foreword
1. Introduction - defining the challenge
2. Investing in transformation - the foundation of our new approach
3. Taking a lead - our new approach
Working in partnership: policies, infrastructure and finance
Our geographic priorities
Land and property
Creating mixed communities
Growing vibrant communities
4. Following through
Appendices
Appendix A - Building on experience - key lessons
Appendix B - Key policy and funding connections
Appendix C - Summary of current regeneration activity
Appendix D - Sources and references

The Scottish Executive has a vision of an open, just and inclusive Scotland where respect and understanding are fostered and where everyone is encouraged and enabled to live, work and take part in society to their full potential, free from prejudice and discrimination. We aim to ensure the prevention and elimination of discrimination between persons on grounds of sex or marital status, on racial grounds, or on grounds of disability, age, sexual orientation, language or social origin, of other personal attributes including beliefs or opinions, such as religious or political beliefs.

The Scottish Executive thanks all those who contributed case studies and photographs to this publication, including McAteer Photograph.