CSPP Chair in Guardian Feature on Queen’s Speech
Edinburgh, 25th May 2015 (CSPP) – The chair of the Centre for Scottish Public Policy, Professor Richard Kerley, has offered his views on what should appear in the new Conservative government’s forthcoming Queen’s Speech.
Professor Kerley was invited to give his views as part of the Guardian newspaper’s consultation of what public sector leaders would like to see included in the Queen’s... Read more →
Day for Towns Marks Exciting Moment for Regeneration in Scotland
CSPP, 20th May 2015 (Edinburgh) - A full house met at the Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh last 13 May for Scotland’s Towns Partnership (STP)’s “Day for Towns”, to learn about developments in the regeneration of the spaces in which over half the country’s population resides.
Through the Towns Tea Party networking event, STP AGM, and launch of Julian Dobson’s book ‘How to... Read more →
CSPP Invited to Judge RSPB 'Politician of the Year' at Nature of Scotland Awards
Edinburgh, 6th May 2015 (CSPP) - The Centre for Scottish Public Policy is pleased to announce that it will be supporting the Politician of the Year category in the RSPB’s Nature of Scotland Awards 2015.
CSPP Chair, Professor Richard Kerley, will be one of the judges deciding the winner of the category, repeating the role he performed for the 2014 awards.
In... Read more →