Neil Stott was Chief Executive of Keystone Development Trust until April 2015. Keystone is one of the largest development trusts in the country delivering community development, social enterprises and property development.
Neil is a Senior Associate of Locality's consultancy. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), a Senior Fellow of the Institute of Place Management (SFIPM) and a Visiting Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University.
Previously Neil was Head of Community Development at Canterbury City Council, Principal Officer (Community) at Cambridge City Council and a youth and community worker for a number of children's charities including Mencap, Elfrida Rathbone and Contact-a-Family in London.
Tracey, P. and Stott, N. (2017) "Social innovation: a window on alternative ways of organizing and innovating." Innovation: Organization & Management (forthcoming)
Collis, A., Stott, N., Crozier R. and Martin, K. (2011) Work matters: work, worklessness and community: a review of the issues. Thetford: Keystone Development Trust Publications.
Stott, N. and Longhurst, N. (2011) "Big society and poor places." In: Stott, M. (ed.) The big society challenge. Thetford: Keystone Development Trust Publications, pp.100-111
Collis, A., Stott, N. and Ross, D. (2010) Workers on the move 2: European migrant workers and health in the UK: a review of the issues. Thetford: Keystone Development Trust.
Collis, A., Stott, N. and Ross, D. (2010) Workers on the move 3: European migrant workers and health in the UK. Thetford: Keystone Development Trust Publications.
Stott, N. (2010) "Anticipating military work: digital games as a source of anticipatory socialization?" In: Annual Conference of the British International Studies Association Working Group on US Foreign Policy (5th), 14-15 September 2010, Leeds University, Leeds, UK.
Stott, N, and Tracey, P. (2007) "Between a rock and a hard place? Exploring the strategic tensions experienced by development trusts." Journal of Finance and Management in Public Services, 6(3): 45-56