The Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Housing Association launched the Stalled Spaces community-based agreement in 2011 to address long-term issues of stalled development and abandoned land in Glasgow, Scotland. The instrument provides short-team leases and professional advice to voluntary community groups to create innovative projects such as pop-up gardens, natural play spaces, wildlife areas, urban growing spaces, and art sculpture parks over a temporary basis prior to development. Stalled Spaces has been widely perceived as successful, receiving the 2013 City to City Barcelona Fostering Arts and Design Award. Consequently, the program has continued past its original final funding date in 2017. Furthermore, due to the program's success, Architecture & Design Scotland, a Scottish non-departmental public body, has replicated the program at a Scotland-wide level.