Please note that due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), BEFS team is now working from home. We are reachable and contact details remain the same. Advice for culture and heritage organisations can be found here.

Built Environment Forum Scotland (BEFS) is an umbrella body for organisations working in the built environment in Scotland. Drawing on extensive expertise in a membership-led forum, BEFS informs, debates and advocates on the strategic issues, opportunities and challenges facing Scotland’s historic and contemporary built environment.

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@RachelCoxcoon: Recently, I was asked to give a seminar for @mhclg’s planners on the challenges faced by local authority planners delivering against the #climateemergency, because I work with lots of councils & I’m also Cabinet Member for Forward Planning at @CotswoldDC. So I know some stuff.
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@TheNFRC: Details are out for this year's Edinburgh Traditional Building Festival. This, the 8th festival 'Celebrating Edinburgh's Traditional Buildings', starts on 24th August, and is a free online virtual event. See https://t.co/dwpyZpf0HX for more information. @ScoConstructNow https://t.co/lZVERlORZi
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@PAS_Erin: .@PAS_tweets volunteers - we're running a roundtable conversation Exploring Heritage tomorrow 12pm - 1pm. Message me if you want to take part 🙂 https://t.co/pJSA2vrCZn
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@JonnyEcology: @GASPurves is spot on here "Neither reviewing national planning policy nor tinkering with permitted development rights will make any significant contribution to economic recovery" in Scotland (nor elsewhere). https://t.co/Yt6krNxf1E https://t.co/Fen36z8QTO
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@AnthropoceneAr1: Tomorrow, there shall be a #ClimateLiteracy & the #BuiltEnvironment session at 13.00.This contextualises the #ClimateEmergency & its immediacy; places the built environment into this crisis context & then provides actionable solutions & resources.https://t.co/N6ZsRTBDgf

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