The JCBs have gone, the hard hats have been hung up for the last time. The temporary fencing moved on to another site.

On a clear day the views from Fernbrae Meadows are stunning.

The scale of this project will take your breath away.  Exit Easterhouse railway station, cross the M8 and suddenly a vast view opens up – a view undergoing change on a huge scale. This is Blairtummock and what were once deserted streets, old blaze pitches and the site of a demolished primary school is alive with activity.  And this is only one part of the project!

The National Rules for the European Structural and Investment Funds have been updated and are available to download from the Scottish Government's 

There is less than a month left to apply for the Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge Fund, have you sent your application in?

Southside Housing Association’s Alison Devlin and Queensland Gardens residents celebrated their successful application to our Green Infrastructure fund on 17 August together with local MSP Humza Yousaf and Ivan Clark, SNH’s Placemaking Team Manager.

Almost £8 million of funding has been announced to help people and nature thrive in some of the most deprived parts of Scotland.

The latest round of Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH)’s ambitious Green Infrastructure Fund will support seven major projects in cities and towns across the central belt.

Clydebank is home to a community that knows all about overcoming challenges. A cornerstone of the Scottish shipbuilding industry, it suffered terribly in the depression of the 1930s and then during World War Two became synonymous in Scotland with the Blitz.  When the Singer Factory closed in 1979 it was yet one more blow to absorb.

Transport Scotland’s Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge Fund is now open for Round 3 applications.  Please visit the Energy Saving Trust website for further details.

The soil is cut, the heavy machinery is in, and the work has begun. That’s the great news from Southside Housing Association in Cardonald.