Report by Community Business Scotland setting out four proposals of ways in which the Agency could assist in the creation, development and support of community businesses in Scotland and the finances required to implement them.
Contents of the SCB Ltd annual report 1987/88: -Chairman's statement -SCB: the way ahead -SCB news -Darnley dilemmas and developments -Ardeer is ACE! -Community business and community enterprise: the evolving model -Community business snakes and ladders (board game) -Directory of community businesses in Strathclyde -Enterprising Easterhouse -Housing and business: wealth and empowerment -The community business development process -Tenants become owners!: Port Glasgow Axxociation of Tentants' Groups -Think Bigger: community enterprise in Strathclyde -Finance summary 1987/88 -Development funding -List of Directors and staff 1987/88 -Publications available from SCB
Contents of the SCB Ltd annual report 1986/87: -Chairman's report -Barrowfield Community Business Ltd: leading a recovery -The five stages in setting up a successful community business (comic strip) -Possil, people and profit -Theatre Seanachaidh -SCB news section -Directory of community businesses in Strathclyde region -Social auditing and community benefit -Ten years of Govan Workspace -Finance summary 1986/87 -Development funding -Training -Development work -List of Directors and staff
Community Business Scotland (CBS) and the Association of Community Enterprises in the Highlands and Islands (ACE-HI), 'The first ten years: a decade of community enterprise in Scotland', October 1987. This publication covers the development of the community enterprise movement in Scotland between 1977-1987, looking at lessons learned, key issues and development for the future. Containing foreword by Glen Buchanan and 16 articles written by leaders in the field: Linda Echlin; John Pearce; Willy Roe; Ronald Young; Roy Pedersen; Carola Bell; John Rugman; John Harrison; Iain Clark; Helen Macneil; Colin Roxburgh; George Burt; Pat Cassidy; Keith Hayton; Sir Kenneth Alexander; and Tor Justad.