'Flagstone Enterprises Ltd: the setting up of a community business in a housing estate in the west of Scotland', Paisley College of Technology, Local Government Unit, working paper no. 12, January 1982
The Guardian, containing article by Clive Woodcock (editor), 'Scrub graffiti and clean up', regarding report on Flagstone Enterprises, Paisley by the Local Government Unit, Paisley College of Technology, 3 September 1982
Annual reports and conventions of Community Business Scotland Ltd, 1986-1990
Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund plc promotional material, 1989
Publications of Community Business Scotland Ltd, 1986-1987
Newsletters of Community Business Scotland Ltd, 1984-1991
Community Business Scotland Ltd was founded in 1981 to provide support to the growing community business movement in Scotland. In the 1980s the organisation worked with 8 regional councils to establish independent development units to support community business and enterprise across Scotland. It also produced a newsletter CB News, which was succeeded by New Sector in the 1990s, closing in 2009. In 1990 CBS launched the Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund, raising £0.5m to lend to community enterprises. The fund was absorbed into Charity Bank in 2000. In the 1990s CBS researched and developed methods in Social Accounting and Audit working with partners across Europe. From 2003-2005 CBS managed the Bridge to the Social Economy project, which initiated the establishing of Social Enterprise Scotland. From the 1990s CBS was known as CBS Network and closed in 2015.
Annual Convention 1986, programme for convention held in Edinburgh, 24-25 October 1986
Annual Convention 1987, 'A decade of community enterprise’, programme for convention held at Maryhill Community Central Hall, Glasgow, 23-24 October 1987
Annual Convention 88, programme for convention held at Raploch, Stirling, 28-29 October 1988
Annual Report 1987/88
Annual Report 1989
Annual Report 1990
Convention programmes include reports, adverts, programme, accounts and list of members. Annual reports include the CBS report, accounts, list of members, reports for two trading subsidiary companies, Community Economic Development and the Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund and supporting adverts.
‘Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund plc : prospectus’, with key facts about the fund and community enterprise in Scotland, the SCEIF board of directors and administrative and legal details, August 1989
‘Scottish Community Enterprise Investment Fund plc : an opportunity to invest in Scotland’s greatest asset...the people’, fold-out promotional pamphlet to accompany the prospectus.1989
16 colour photographs of the SCEIF launch event in Glasgow City Chambers, October 1989
Annual reports and strategy documents of Strathclyde Community Business Ltd, 1985-1990
Training materials of Strathclyde Community Business Ltd, 1986-1990
Strathclyde Community Business Ltd (SCB) was set up in 1984 by Strathclyde Regional Council, the Scottish Development Agency and Glasgow District Council (along with eleven other district councils in the region). Its aim was to streamline development, training and financial support for community businesses. It was an independent company limited by guarantee with charitable status. Its board of directors included representatives from its public sector funders, the community business movement and the private sector. It had a finance and administration team and a training resources team at its headquarters at Six Harmony Row, Govan, Glasgow. In 1995 SCB became Community Enterprise in Strathclyde with a new focus on project development and contract work.
Glen Buchanan, ‘Little pockets of hope: the establishment of Govan Workspace, a community business in Glasgow’, LEAP/LGU, February 1984
‘The marge', issue 1, Netherlands, January 1985’, magazine printed in dutch with article about Govan Workspace, 'Sprankjes hoop in een vervallen wijk’, by Pauline de Bok and inserted letter from Pauline de Bok sent to Glen Buchanan with the magazine, 27 February 1985