AGM & Debate: Cross Party Group on Architecture and the Built Environment

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Linda Fabiani MSP, invites you to attend the AGM for the Cross Party Group on Architecture and the Built Environment. The meeting will include a debate and discussion asking, ‘How can the CPG become an agent of change?’

Quality architecture and well-designed places improve people’s health and wellbeing; build vibrant, engaged communities; support inclusive growth; deliver sustainability; and provide opportunities for all.

How can the CPG on Architecture and the Built Environment act or intervene and bring benefits to the delivery of the Creating Places agenda?

What positive aspects of national initiatives on investment, infrastructure, landform, housing, planning and community empowerment for example can help to inform, influence, innovate and inspire the built environments agenda.

The meeting will debate how we can be an agent of change using discussions on architecture and the built environment, where these discussions should be focussed and the relevant places and forums to achieve this.

The outcome of the meeting will establish a revised ‘statement of intent’ for the CPG and the agenda for 2019.

Please see the attached Information for Guests document from the Scottish Parliament.

The Meeting will take place in Committee Room 1.

About the CPG on Architecutre and the Built Environment:

The Scottish Parliament Cross-Party Group on Architecture and the Built Environment aims to maintain a forum of MSPs and others to promote and further the economic, social, environmental and cultural contributions that architecture and the planned environment make to the quality of life of Scotland’s citizens. Also, while acknowledging the responsibilities devolved to the Scottish Parliament, to sustain a dialogue on Scottish architecture, planning and built environment in the European and World contexts.

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