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The importance of getting plans right to enable communities to thrive is an issue being considered across Scotland. Recognised through the public health priorities, the role of 'place' has arguably never been so important. In Glasgow's east end, Clyde Gateway, is currently halfway through a 20 year programme, which has a vision to address long-standing inequalities. Campbell Hart has more in this short report.


If you're interested in finding out more about the issues raised in our short film, check out the podcast below for a more in-depth look at Clyde Gateway:

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