Aberdeen City Council

Community Rights to Buy: A Scottish Government Community Land Team Event

About this Event

What are Community Rights to Buy?

 

Community Rights to Buy are legislative tools that enable communities to acquire land or buildings. The workshop will cover three of these tools.

 

Woodland Creation Essentials workshops, Aberdeen

Learn how to identify key issues when preparing applications for grant aid in Scotland at a one day workshop run jointly between the Institute of Chartered Foresters and Forestry Commission Scotland.

A Culture Strategy for Scotland – Aberdeen’s Culture Conversation

The Scottish Government is developing a Culture Strategy for Scotland. They're holding events in different parts of the country to encourage anyone who has an interest in a strategy to engage with them and contribute to #scotlandscultureconversation. They want to hear your views and ideas about culture in Scotland, and the direction it should take, as well as the main challenges and issues you think the strategy should seek to address.

Social Media Essentials

Be Good Be Social are able to deliver this free workshop thanks to sponsorship from the One Digital programme at SCVO and Home-Start Scotland. Workshop places are only available to charities working within a rural community.

In Focus: Membership & Friends + Sustainability Workshop (Aberdeen)

A fantastic opportunity to experience two of the Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage sessions in one day!
This training session includes both the In focus: Membership & Friends session and the Sustainability session with a networking lunch in between.
Membership & Friends:

Project to establish the production of brochures on themed tours

An organisation is sought to lead an initiative, ideally one easily recognised by residents and also workers across sectors in Scotland north of Perth.

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New Blue Deal workshop

This one-day workshop is an opportunity to discuss Scottish coastal communities, coastal economy and marine environment.

It wants to bring together:

  • Private, public, third-sector stakeholders representing coastal and marine issues in Scotland (incl. fisheries, aquaculture, energy, tourism, coastal management)
  • Stakeholders representing the interests of Scottish coastal communities (including local councils, coastal partnerships, community groups, business networks)

You will talk about: