The Green Infrastructure Fund is currently open for applications for projects in the Highlands and Islands. The same population and SIMD criteria apply in H&I as in LUPS but projects can apply for ERDF intervention rates of up to 70%.

The greenspace, previously known as Blairbeth Urban Park, is already fully accessible with regular health walks and events facilitated by Community Links.

Congratulations to Glasgow City Council for winning the Regeneration category for Sighthill, forming a key part of the Canal and North Gateway project, at the Saltire Infrastructure Awards 2018!

The Green Infrastructure Fund is now open for new applications.  The closing date will be 28 January 2019. 

Congratulations! to Scottish Canals and Land Use Consultants for winning the Architecture - Regeneration category at the 2018 Scottish Design Awards with the Claypits Masterplan.

Scotland’s New Minister for Rural Affairs and the Natural Environment announced more than £600,000 of funding for Outdoor Learning. Mairi Gougeon MSP made the announcement during a visit with school children to Jupiter Artland Foundation - a sculpture park in woodland near Edinburgh.

The Scottish Government has published the Active Scotland Delivery Plan.  This Delivery Plan sets out the range of actions that the Scottish Government and its partners are undertaking, working together to encourage and support people in Scotland to be more active, more often.

The Glasgow & Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership has published its much anticipated Report into the quality of Green Infrastructure (GI) policies across the Central Scotland Green Network region.

The Green Infrastructure Fund team met with colleagues from Scottish Government today to discuss a future funding round for our main Fund, which supports capital infrastructure projects.  This requires Scottish Natural Heritage to apply for a further tranche of funding as part of phase 2 of the Scottish Government’s European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) programme.  An application is being p

To raise awareness and support delivery of green infrastructure in central Scotland, the Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) is offering young people aged 18 to 25 the opportunity to apply for a grant towards travel anywhere in the world to develop their knowledge on a specific topic related to the study of green infrastructure.