To identify and examine best practice and limitations in relation to the delivery of regeneration in Scotland.
The Committee's call for evidence ran from 14 January 2013 to 15 March 2013. The call for evidence is now closed.
The Committee received over 80 submissions from local authorities, public and private organisations as well as individuals.
The following correspondence was received in relation to the inquiry:
The Committee held a number of oral evidence sessions.
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Other Committee Information
The Local Government and Regeneration Committee report on the 'Delivery of Regeneration in Scotland' will be launched Monday 24 February 2014.
Throughout 2013 the Committee met with communities across Scotland to hear their thoughts on local issues, and on how communities could best carry out future regeneration projects themselves.
This report is the culmination of over 12 months work that included these fact finding visits as well as written submissions and oral evidence sessions.
With this in mind the report will be launched, simultaneously at 1100am in both Aberdeen and Glasgow, two of the venues visited by Committee Members during those fact finding visits last year.
The following flyers detail our launch programme:
SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT RESPONSE
The Scottish Government responded to the Committee's report on 12 May 2014
On Monday 14 January 2012, the Committee visited Cumbernauld Glen Wildlife Reserve to witness the impact that regeneration can have within a community.
The Reserve is a community-based conservation project and is also home to the Glen Mile Mountain Bike trail.
In this video, Committee convener Kevin Stewart MSP discusses the purpose of the visit:
The Committee has appointed Ian Wall to be its adviser on the inquiry.