PAS has produced a number of short summaries from recent projects. These range from community-led charrettes and community land use plans to development plan engagement and youth engagement.
A community-led project aiming to develop ideas for a large, vacant brownfield site in the town centre.
By Leaves We Live
A creative collaboration between artists and planners for the Year of Natural Scotland.
Gypsy/Travellers and the Scottish Planning System
A series of five guides on the topic of Gypsy/Travellers and the Scottish planning system.
Youth engagement – TAYplan youth participation
Youth camps with TAYplan, Dundee and Abertay Universities.
Youth engagement – ‘Yes We Also Can’
An exchange programme with young people from Suwalki, Poland.
Youth engagement – ‘IMBY looks out to sea’
Bringing planning and energy use into the classroom.
Community land-use plan – Isle of Rum
A community-led land-use plan for the Isle of Rum.
Charretteplus – Fauldhouse
A partnership with West Lothian Council.
Charretteplus – Cupar
A partnership with Cupar Development Trust.
Charretteplus – Motherwell Town Centre
A partnership with North Lanarkshire Council.
Charretteplus – Levenmouth
A partnership with Fife Council.
Charretteplus – Dunblane Town Centre
A partnership with the Community Council and Development Trust.
‘What should a plan look like?’ workshop
How a graphic approach might engage participation in plan making.
Development plan engagement – TAYplan
A partnership with TAYplan to support their MIR engagement.
Development plan engagement – Perth & Kinross Council
A partnership with Perth & Kinross Council to support their MIR engagement.
Place Work Folk
Introducing young people to place-making through heritage.
National Marine Plan independent investigation
PAS was commissioned by Marine Scotland to conduct an independent investigation of proposals within the draft National Marine Plan.