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This report is a summary of the high-level evidence behind the 14 themes of the Place Standard Tool, the Place and Wellbeing Outcomes and their links with health and wellbeing.
The ambition of the Shaping Places for Wellbeing Programme is to: Improve Scotland’s wellbeing by reducing the significant inequality in the health of its people while addressing the health of our planet.
This document sets the Scottish Government vision for Scotland’s blue economy. Drawing on the latest evidence, it builds on the current direction of travel and identifies six outcomes up to 2045.
The places where we live are important to our health and wellbeing. Changing how road space is used has an important part to play in people’s quality of life.
Travelknowhow is a unique online resource which offers organisations across Scotland easy access to a wide variety of travel planning solutions all in one place.
In this focus piece, partner organisations Clackmannanshire (Clacks) Council and Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface (CTSI) share their experiences of applying the Place Standard to facilitate first professional collaboration and then community consultation, to inform housing design and town centre investment in Alloa.
Mobility hubs are highly visible, safe and accessible spaces where public, shared and active travel modes are co-located alongside improvements to public realm and where relevant enhanced community facilities.