SHRED provideseasily digestible definitionsof each area as well ascase studiesto demonstrate how they operate in practice and resources for our partners in delivery.
In addition, SHRED has regularly updatedblogs and will soon launch an online event seriesfrom across our five policy areas with contributions from a variety of stakeholders including academia, public sector partners, industry, third sector and government.
The day-to-day operation of SHRED is undertaken by the Directorate for Economic Development at the Scottish Government.
City Region and Growth Deals are packages of funding and decision making powers, agreed between the Scottish Government, the UK Government and local partners. They are designed to bring about long-term improvements to regional economies, attracting additional investment, creating new jobs and accelerating inclusive economic growth.
Community wealth building (CWB) is a people-centred approach to local economic development, which redirects wealth back into the local economy, and places control and benefits into the hands of local people.
To help Scotland’s post Covid-19 recovery, PfG focuses on creating new jobs, good jobs and green jobs, promoting lifelong health and wellbeing and promoting equality and helping young people fulfil their potential.