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 Glasgow city centre west: economic framework development study (2015) Glasgow City Council (GCC) and Scottish Enterprise (SE) jointly commissioned this study which aimed to guide and promote the regeneration of the western edge of Glasgow city centre, to create an inter...
 Falkirk Grangemouth Framework for Growth (2011) A partnership within the Falkirk Grangemouth area, involving Scottish Enterprise, Chemicals Sciences Scotland and Falkirk Council, has agreed: a vision for the development of a low-carbon chemicals an...
 Mackintosh and Merchant City projects review: final report (2011) The Merchant City project aims to increase business collaboration, enhance tourism products and events, and develop new marketing and promotional activities within the Merchant City area of Glasgow. T...
 Economic impact RAF Leuchars (2011) Scottish Enterprise (SE) commissioned EKOS to undertake a desk-based economic impact assessment of the RAF Leuchars airbase in Fife, in light of the recent Strategic Defence Review and speculation tha...
 Riverside Inverclyde URC: PBI (Physical Business Infrastructure) evaluation (2009) The Riverside Inverclyde (RI) Urban Regeneration Company (URC) aimed to advance economic growth through the exploitation of opportunity, for the benefit of the business and residential community of In...
 Interim evaluation of the Clyde Waterfront regeneration initiative (2009) The Clyde Waterfront Regeneration Initiative (CWRI) aimed to monitor and coordinate the regeneration of the Clyde Waterfront area, from Glasgow Green to Erskine Bridge, to ensure: development activity...
 Cavalry Park, Peebles: evaluation phase 2 (2009) Cavalry Park, on the south eastern outskirts of the Borders town of Peebles, was originally acquired by the then Scottish Development Agency to attract single user inward investment. This approach was...
 The place race: the role of place in attracting and retaining talent in Scottish cities (2008) The report aimed to explore how Scotland’s four city regions - Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow - are currently performing and the prospects for improving their performance across the broad ran...
 Understanding the role of places in city regions and rural Scotland (2008) The report investigated the economic roles of places outside Scotland’s main cities, and in particular, their contribution to city regions. The report aimed to: develop a shared understanding of the t...
 Evaluation of Lanarkshire Branding and Communication Project (LBCP): final report (2008) The Lanarkshire Branding and Communication Project (LBCP) was created with the aim of changing negative perceptions of Lanarkshire and promoting the area as a place to live, work and invest. It was fu...