• 2016 SURF Manifesto Theme

    SURF is Scotland's Regeneration Forum. Its overall objective is to improve the wellbeing of residents in Scotland’s disadvantaged communities.

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    The SURF network is the primary arena for independent debate on community regeneration in Scotland.

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    SURF's output includes research, seminars, conferences, international policy exchanges, study visits, an annual awards for best practice and an online policy journal.

  • 2015 SURF Awards Dinner

    SURF was established in 1992 as a not-for-profit social enterprise company. It is directed by a board of 20 voluntary directors drawn from across its wide cross-sector membership of over 250 organisations.

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    SURF members range from small community groups to large private companies, and include local authorities, housing associations, health boards, academic institutions, professional bodies, and third sector organisations.

  • SURF Ferns Theme

    By exchanging knowledge, experience and ideas, SURF assists the development of more successful and sustainable community regeneration policy and practice.

  • SURF Annual Conference

    Through close links to government, SURF acts as a constructive channel for information, consultation and policy proposals, based on the knowledge and experience of its membership.