File 2 - Early phases of the Highlands and Islands Development Board (HIDB) Community Co-operatives scheme guidance and papers

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GB 1847 SECS-CB/2

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Early phases of the Highlands and Islands Development Board (HIDB) Community Co-operatives scheme guidance and papers

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  • 1978-1983 (Creation)

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This file contains 1 folder:

  • Community co-ops guidelines for field officers, HIDB, c March 1978
  • Community co-op, handwritten personal briefing note by Chas Ball, September 1979
  • Ideas for Chairman’s speech for Co Chomuinn Nan Eilean Assembly, Lochdar on 19 March 1980, by R N Pedersen, 7 March 1980
  • ‘The role of the state in regional development, HIDB’, copy of paper by Mike Geddes, Dept of Town Planning, Polytechnic of the South Bank, London, for Development Studies Association 1980 Annual Conference, September 1980
  • Circular from The Planning Exchange Glasgow regarding Stornoway Conference on 23-25 September 1980, with delegate list, programme and handwritten notes on the conference
  • ‘Some thoughts on the HIDB experience as seen by participants in the Plockton seminar on rural development', paper by J Watt for Rural Development Symposium, London, on 21 May 1983, with attached HIDB compliments slip from John Watt, 19 May 1983
  • Photocopy of transcript of article from Danish publication, 1982, regarding the Papay community co-operative

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