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JTP team to lead Girvan Charrette
A team led by JTP has been appointed to lead a six day community charrette process to create a new Vision for the future of Girvan and its relationship with the surrounding villages. This is part of a Scottish Government supported charrette mainstreaming programme.
A charrette is an intense design workshop that takes place over a number of days, in which stakeholders within a community work directly with a design team to generate community plans that relate to local needs and aspirations.
The aim of the process is to deliver better quality environments for communities and to raise standards in architecture, placemaking and sustainable construction.
Charles Campion from JTP said, "We are delighted to have been selected to lead the Girvan charrette. We look forward to working with South Ayrshire Council and the local community to build on the strengths of the town to create a viable and sustainable vision for its future."
The JTP team has a long track record of delivering Charrette processes throughout the UK and internationally and includes Gillespies, Colin Buchanan, Wardell Armstrong and CADISPA.
For a link to the Scottish Government website for more information about the charrette processes click here.