People, Culture, Place: The role of culture in placemaking

This publication contains 10 case studies where officer and political leadership has combined to develop innovative practice by using cultural activities to bring about positive changes to their places. Whether that is economic renewal in Margate, tackling homelessness in Oxford or revitalising civic pride in Blackpool and Barnsley, these examples reveal how each community can draw on its cultural and historic strengths to tackle modern issues. The principles in these case studies can be applied anywhere, and inspire you to explore new possibilities with your own communities.

File Type: pdf
Categories: Capital Development, Community, Cultural Engagement, Economic Growth, Planning, Policy and Advocacy, Pride in Place
Tags: cCLOA, LGA (Local Government Association)
People, Culture, Place: The role of culture in placemaking
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