For over ten years, SURF and the Scottish Government have been working in partnership to highlight, celebrate and share examples of success and innovation in community regeneration.

The independently judged SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration acknowledges the often undervalued hard work, resolve and dedication that exists at the front-line of efforts to regenerate disadvantaged communities across Scotland.

You can learn more about over 100 regeneration initiatives which have been shortlisted for a SURF Award in recent years by downloading the relevant outcomes publication via the links below:

Lochgelly in Fife was named Scotland's Most Improved Town in the 2016 SURF Awards

Lochgelly in Fife was named Scotland’s Most Improved Town in the 2016 SURF Awards

2016 SURF Awards Publication

2015 SURF Awards Publication

2014 SURF Awards Publication

The successful Playbusters social regeneration initiative in east Glasgow won the 'People' category SURF Award for 2009.

The successful Playbusters social regeneration initiative in east Glasgow won the ‘People’ category SURF Award for 2009

2013 SURF Awards Publication

2012 SURF Awards Publication

2011 SURF Awards Publication

2010 SURF Awards Publication

2009 SURF Awards Publication

2008 SURF Awards Publication

2007 SURF Awards Publication

2006 SURF Awards Publication

Aberdeen City Council
Capital City Partnership
Creative Scotland
Dundee Partnership
Edinburgh City Council
Glasgow City Council
Glasgow Housing Association
Highlands and Islands Enterprise
Jobs and Business Glasgow
SA
Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
Scottish Government
Skills Development Scotland