Community Consultation for Quality of Life in Scotland

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Abstract / Description of output

Community Consultation for Quality of Life (CCQOL) is a Four Nations project that explores how individuals and communities can have a greater say and actively shape the communities they live in. Rather than a study of specific places or developments, it is an enquiry about the process of planning and how it can be made more inclusive. The project is an academic collaboration lead by the University of Reading who have partnered with the University of Edinburgh, Cardiff University and Ulster University. Together they cover all the four nations to ensure that devolved and distinctive practices are properly recorded. As part of the process, this national report for Scotland records and reflects on our research. It should be read in conjunction with our publications Public participation in planning in the UK: a review of the literature (Lawson 2022) and the Scottish pilot project stakeholder report (Brennan 2023)
Original languageEnglish
PublisherQuality of Life Foundation
Number of pages106
Publication statusPublished - 10 Dec 2023


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