Cupar organisations are being asked to comment on the recently-published report on the town produced by the Built Environment Forum Scotland.
The document, requested by Cupar and North Preservation Society, looks at the history of the town and examines several issues, such as transport infrastructure, community engagement and the changing role of the town centre.
While praising many aspects of the town, the report authors suggest more could made of the River Eden while, in the town centre, there are signs of fragility and a risk that deterioration could inflect long-lasting damage.
The active engagement of community groups was highlighted – particularly Cupar in Bloom.
Any group that wants to comment on the report is asked to email Bill Pagan firstname.lastname@example.org