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Grantee Resources

Branding & Logos

The Green Infrastructure Fund logo has been produced in colour and in greyscale, both in landscape and portrait formats. It is available in downloadable JPEG and PNG file formats. The logo should not be altered, re-coloured, manipulated or distorted in any way. The full colour version of the Green Infrastructure Fund logo should be used wherever possible. The greyscale version may be used on documents such as timesheets, participant records or similar. The most appropriate layout should be used for the available space.

Full branding guidance is available in our Communications Toolkit

Downloads

Green Infrastructure Fund (JPEG)

Landscape (Colour)

Landscape (Greyscale)

Portrait (Colour)

Portrait (Greyscale)

Green Infrastructure Fund (PNG)

Landscape (Colour)

Landscape (Greyscale)

Portrait (Colour)

Portrait (Greyscale)

Green Infrastructure Fund (EPS)

Available on request; please email us.  We will issue a copy to you as soon as possible.

European Structural and Investment Funds: logos

Downloadable logos in JPG, PNG or PDF file format

Scottish Natural Heritage: logos

Downloadable logos in JPG and EPS file format

 

 

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