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Approaches to sustainable city planning - STEP UP training session

STEP UP

Monday, 20 April 2015 from 10:30 to 15:30 (BST)

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The Glasgow STEP UP team would like to invite you to a training session that will take place on Monday 20th April 2015. The session will introduce two key tools that can assist in different aspects of sustainable city planning:

 

  • Stakeholder prioritisation matrix – an approach to stakeholder analysis that helps  understand stakeholders’ priorities and improve engagement planning
  • Problem/solution tree analysis – a tool that has been successfully applied by Glasgow City Council to identify and understand city challenges and new opportunities for sustainability initiatives and plans

 

The training is relevant for policy and project officers working on low carbon and sustainability planning and/or urban planning. Whilst the STEP UP project has been focussed on city level energy planning, the approaches and tools being shared can also be applied in other local authority contexts. 


The session is free to attend but spaces are limited, so participants must register in advance.

 

 

 
Do you have questions about Approaches to sustainable city planning - STEP UP training session? Contact STEP UP

When & Where


Keep Scotland Beautiful
The Castle Business Park
First Floor Glendevon House
FK9 4TZ Stirling
United Kingdom

Monday, 20 April 2015 from 10:30 to 15:30 (BST)


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STEP UP

STEP UP is an energy and sustainable city planning programme coordinated by University of Strathclyde. A partnership of twelve organisations, the programme is working together with local government, research and commercial partners in the European cities of:

  • Ghent
  • Glasgow
  • Gothenburg
  • Riga

STEP UP aims to bring together excellence in energy planning and low carbon energy projects from these four cities to create a coherent and easy-to-use model for dissemination across Europe. The programme is part of the EU Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). 

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