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1 More than Bricks and Mortar: where next? Kay Barton Scottish Government 29 November 2013

2 I’ll talk about: Why it’s important (to Scottish Government as well as your communities) that you do a wide range of activities What Scottish Government can do to help you What you can do

3 7 things Scottish Government can do to help: Understand, promote, support you to demonstrate your impact Encourage asset-based approaches Statutory and regulatory environments Encourage conditions for improving places and public services Update the framework for local planning – LHS Help increase your capacity Provide some resources and simplify access to what’s available

4 BusinessEmploymentResearch and Innovation Young PeopleEarly YearsHealthierInequalities Tackled Life Chances Safe from Crime Sustainable Places Resilient Communities Environment Valued National Identity Impact on Environment Older People Supported Public Services Scottish Government Purpose: To focus government and public services on creating a more successful country, with opportunities for all to of Scotland to flourish, through increasing sustainable economic growth. National Outcomes Housing and Regeneration Outcomes 30k Programme Benefits A well-functioning housing systemHigh quality, sustainable homes Sustainable Communities Homes that meet people’s needs 2. Area Support 5. Financial Innovation 1. People Support 4. Reduced Carbon Emissions & Programme Aim: to provide 30,000 new affordable homes over 5 years to , at least 20,000 of which will be for social rent including 5,000 new council homes 3. Tenure Mix 6. Community Engagement 7. Developer Contracts - Community Benefits Housing Vision: All people in Scotland live in high-quality sustainable homes that they can afford and that meet their needs. Regeneration Vision: A Scotland where our most disadvantaged communities are supported and where all places are sustainable and promote well-being.

5 BusinessEmploymentResearch and Innovation Young PeopleEarly YearsHealthierInequalities Tackled Life Chances Safe from Crime Sustainable Places Resilient Communities Environment Valued National Identity Impact on Environment Older People Supported Public Services Scottish Government Purpose: To focus government and public services on creating a more successful country, with opportunities for all to of Scotland to flourish, through increasing sustainable economic growth. National Outcomes Housing and Regeneration Outcomes 30k Programme Benefits A well-functioning housing systemHigh quality, sustainable homes Sustainable Communities Homes that meet people’s needs 2. Area Support 5. Financial Innovation 1. People Support 4. Reduced Carbon Emissions & Programme Aim: to provide 30,000 new affordable homes over 5 years to , at least 20,000 of which will be for social rent including 5,000 new council homes 3. Tenure Mix 6. Community Engagement 7. Developer Contracts - Community Benefits Housing Vision: All people in Scotland live in high-quality sustainable homes that they can afford and that meet their needs. Regeneration Vision: A Scotland where our most disadvantaged communities are supported and where all places are sustainable and promote well-being.

6 7 things CCHAs can do: Clear roles and good support for staff and volunteers Use expertise of different organisations Share experience with each other Make a noise about what you do and the impact it has A strong collective case Be open to different partnerships and working relationships Go on being entrepreneurial, while staying true to your values


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