Improvement Districts, the next generation of Business Improvement Districts (BIDs), seek to provide a vehicle for local businesses to work together with other public and private sector partners to improve local economies and, by extension, local communities in a variety of contexts. At their heart, they are the realisation of a meaningful corporate – community – public partnership working collaboratively to deliver better local economic and social outcomes.
Successful and thriving Improvement Districts working together across the whole of Scotland, supported by Scotland’s Improvement Districts, are a vital delivery mechanism for a dynamic, prosperous and inclusive Scotland.
Aberdeen Inspired has secured £12,500 of national funding to tackle street begging and homelessness in the Granite City. The funding will be split
The Chief Officer of Scotland’s Towns Partnerships and Programme Director of Scotland’s Improvement Districts, Phil Prentice, has welcomed a new