LEAMS seminar: 10 December 2019
Collaborative action for positive change
The LEAMS programme is designed as a vehicle to enable efficiency, inform policy and share good practice. By understanding the challenges through the monitoring cycle we can target interventions and measure success. Our LEAMS seminar is an opportunity for local authorities to network with other stakeholders in Local Environmental Quality and showcase where partnership working has had a positive impact within communities.
This year our seminar is being held on the 10 December at the Westerwood Hotel in Cumbernauld.
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|9:30 am||Registration, networking and refreshments|
|Colin Bayes, Charity Trustee, Keep Scotland Beautiful|
|10:10 am||Setting the scene|
|Katie Murray, Communities and Place Manager, Keep Scotland Beautiful|
|10:30 am||Workshop session 1|
|11:10 am||Break and refreshments|
|11:25 am||Workshop session 2|
|12:05 am||Interim remarks|
|1:15 pm||Bitesize case studies|
|2:15 pm||Data collection: the way forward|
|Charlie Devine, Head of Resource Management, Zero Waste Scotland|
|2:35 pm||Moving forward|
|Paul Wallace, Campaigns and Social Innovation Manager, Keep Scotland Beautiful|
|2:55 pm||Questions and answers|
|3:05 pm||Closing remarks|
Last year we brought together a variety of sectors aiming to improve the local environmental quality, promoted new partnerships and showcased several case studies where partnership working has helped make improvements.
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