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December Round Up


Nominations for the AGI-S committee are currently open. If you are an AGI member resident or working in Scotland and would like to be further involved in developing and organising our programme of activities (from events, to inputting on spatial policy representation) than please do get in touch.

The committee meets 6 times a year for half-day meetings in the central belt. Committee members also take part in a range of activities to support the work of the AGI in Scotland.

This year we would particularly like to encourage representation from an early-career or recent graduate indivdual to ensure we consider all of our membership when planning activities.

If you would like to nominate yourself or find out more, please contact AGI Scotland Chair Hugh Barron (hfb@bgs.ac.uk). The deadline for nomination is Thursday 16 January.

Our annual event will be held on the 18 March at Glasgow City Chambers. This will be a dual stream event, with an emphasis on Future Cities but also with space for workshops and examples of Scottish GI best practice. Please put the event in your diary and come and support us. A call for papers will be issued in the New Year.

Finally, the AGI Scotland Committee would like to thank you for all your support of our activities in 2013. We look forward to hearing from you in 2014 and wish you all a wonderful Christmas and New Year break

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