Take partA campus for learning and play is a collaborative process with key stakeholders, members of the public and design professionals working together to make decisions on developments to improve facilities, parkland and activities. Details of the next public event can be found below, or you can contact the project team directly to take part.
What is ‘A campus for learning and play’ about?
Take a walk north from The Square, along the Avenue to the Castle and west along the Deveron, and you’ll pass a diverse range of well-used and loved facilities, parkland and activities. A campus for learning and play is the start of an ambitious, multi-year initiative for coordinated, high-quality development in this area. Building on the character of the land and buildings within it to enhance this special place for the benefit of locals and visitors alike. These events on the 21st of March are just the first steps on this journey, developing a shared plan for future development that can be taken forward and implemented.
What will happen at the two events?
The informal drop-in will give you a chance to meet members of the project design team, ask questions and propose ideas.
The Co-Design session will be a more focused workshop which will explore ideas and solutions with an aim of coming to a consensus on the direction to take.
More information can also be found in the Briefing Document, which can be found below.
I'm unable to attend, how do I keep involved?
The best way to keep up to date is to subscribe for email updates below. Ahead of the co-design session, information on what will be happening will be distibuted by email, and made available on this website and in the Brander Building on The Square. A summary of what happened will also be published at these places after the co-design session.
I need assistance in order to attend or participate in the events?
To ask any questions about the events or discuss any requirements you may have (including transport to and from the event venue) you can either text, call or email Neil (07761 856 263 or email@example.com). You can also discuss any requirements in person at the Huntly & District Development Trust office in the Brander Building on The Square, Huntly.
Briefing Document for First Co-Design Session