PAS supports people to get involved in shaping the development of land, villages, towns and cities by engaging more easily with the planning system, a system which remains challenging and complex.

We worked with PAS staff, Carol Stobie and Russell Moran, to help facilitate the design and delivery of one of its flagship Heritage Lottery Funded projects "Place Work Folk: Our Legacy, Their Future".

Communities in Fife, Renfrewshire, Glasgow and West Lothian were invited to learn multimedia production skills, exchange stories between different generations and reflect on how their neighbourhood may have changed.

PPP at Scottish Parliament

Melt developed a neighbourhood mapping workshop to enable young people (14-16 years) to talk about the places in which they live, along with a multimedia course to explore how to conduct audio and film interviews with citizens.

By engaging and contributing to the cultural heritage of their area, PAS hopes that the 13 month project will inspire young people to become active citizens in their communities.

Summary of Services:

  • Neighbourhood Mapping Workshop
  • Digital Skills Workshop
  • Multimedia Post-Production
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