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Carol Craig is the Centre's Chief Executive. She is author of The Scots' Crisis of Confidence, Creating Confidence: A Handbook for Professionals Working with Young People, The Tears that Made the Clyde: Well-being in Glasgow and The Great Takeover: How materialism, the media and markets now dominate our lives. Her latest book is Hiding in Plain Sight: Exploring Scotland's ill health. She is Commissioning editor for the Postcards from Scotland series. Carol blogs on confidence, well-being, inequality, every day life and some of the great challenges of our time. The views she expresses are her own unless she specifically states that they reflect the Centre's thinking.

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Posted 01/09/2010

Following my last blog I was intrigued to read a piece in today's Scottish Review on-line by Andrew Guest on a current exercise the Scottish Government is funding on place-making. It is worth reading if you are interested in the topic. I can't wait to read the follow-up to see if the author thinks that the Government should indeed be bringing in the celebrated American urban designer, Andrew Duany to help us redesign places  like  Lochgelly in Fife.

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