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The Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) has welcome director Ailsa Macfarlane into her new post this week. Ailsa, who first joined BEFS as policy & strategy manager in 2017, previously managed the Resourcing Scotland’s heritage project and worked for Museums Galleries Scotlan

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Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS), Museums Galleries Scotland (MGS) and greenspace scotland have today welcomed the 40 organisations who will participate in the 18-month NLHF funded Business Support Programme, ‘Surviving to Thriving’ (StT). At a time when heritage organisations are

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Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) director Euan Leitch reflects on the Scottish Government’s response to recommendations from the Scottish Parliamentary Working Group on Tenement Maintenance and the recent Scottish House Condition Survey 2018 findings. The Scottish Parliamentary Working

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A new group formed in the wake of a Parliamentary debate on tenement maintenance has called for action to ensure the protection of Scotland’s historic and most common type of residence. The first meeting of the Working Group on maintenance of Tenement Scheme Property highlighted the growing concer

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Greater action to encourage owners to repair and maintain the condition of tenement properties across Scotland, including stairwells, roofs, masonry and external walls, will be debated by MSPs at Holyrood today. SNP MSP Ben Macpherson is calling for the Scottish Government to review current legislat

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The Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) has expressed its disappointment that the scope of the Scottish Government’s review of the country’s planning system has shifted from major reform to a series of procedural changes. Responding to the government’s position paper on the planning review

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