Here you'll find a wide range publications, guidance,
links and information designed to help local groups and individuals
enhance the built and historic environment.
The Trust publishes a range of publications, guidance documents and our own comments on a variety of subjects for civic groups, homeowners and interested individuals.
The Trust has started to put together a series of case
studies, to help share best practice and knowledge across the
civic network and to raise awareness of the fantastic work being
done by our affiliated groups across Scotland.
here to see the first three.
The Trust produces a regular eBulletin containing news from the built environment sector and the civic trust network. Read past issues and sign up here.
We hold an annual conference as part of our Civic Pride Campaign, which supports over 100 local civic and amenity groups across Scotland, with an interest in heritage, architecture and planning.
The Trust has produced guidance on Working with Young People to
assist local civic groups who wish to engage with schools or young
people to provide learning opportunities. Click on the image to
download the document as a pdf. This guidance was produced as part
of our My Place Photography
The Trust carried out a survey of its affiliated civic groups in the summer of 2012. The findings of the survey will shape and guide our activities and provide the evidence base for our strategy to deliver suitable support for civic groups.