Wed 7 Mar 18
Falkland and Newton of Falkland are next to benefit from the Scottish Government’s Making Places Initiative funding to encourage the local communities to participate in planning their place.
Making Falkland’s and Newton’s Future will be an exciting and interactive multi-day planning event to discuss, debate and decide Falkland’s and Newton of Falkland’s Future. If you live, work or have an interest in the future of Falkland and Newton of Falkland make sure you come along, have your say and share your ideas!
In collaboration with the Falkland and Newton of Falkland Community Council (FNFCC), a team of architects, planners, artists, economists and engineers are looking to work with local communities to develop a shared vision for Falkland and Newton of Falkland. The event, running through March and concluding in April is being delivered with funding from the Scottish Government’s for community-led design charrettes.
A charrette is an intensive consultation that includes planning workshops, walk and talk events and presentations around the village which engage local people in the design process for their community. The planning and design workshops will be held in the Community Hall and Old Town Hall in the centre of Falkland over a three-day period running from Tuesday 20th March to Thursday 22nd March with a final exhibition and a report back session on 18th April.
Everyone is very welcome and all the events are free.
It would be appreciated if you could like the Facebook page and raise awareness of the event.