Following the announcement of the successful Round 2 projects on 22 March, the Green Infrastructure Team is meeting with the successful project teams.  On Thursday, Iain Rennick, Head of the Green Infrastructure Fund team and Elana Bader, GI Project & Funding Officer, met with Southside Housing Association in Glasgow to get their project underway.

£7.3m in funding for new Green Infrastructure projects across Scotland has been announced today. Please click on the press release below for more information.

The Green Infrastructure Fund and Community Engagement Fund give priority to projects in the 15% most deprived areas of Scotland. It is important for applicants to use the most up-to-date rankings and information in their application and for baseline monitoring.

Transport Scotland’s Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge Fund is now open for applications. Energy Saving Trust has been appointed by Transport Scotland to administer the Fund on their behalf.

Housing Minister Launches Raingardens Guide

The first two projects to receive funding through the Green Infrastructure Fund were announced this week by the Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Jobs and Fair Work, Keith Brown. The news release below gives further details.

Statistics Scotland has published the latest data, which is available on their website.

The Green Infrastructure Fund prioritises projects in the 15% most deprived areas of Scotland. It is important for applicants to use the most up-to-date rankings and information in their application and for baseline monitoring.

 

Transport Scotland announced today that 39 projects across Scotland will benefit from Pre-Application Support Fund (PASF) grant of up to £10,000 to help develop ideas for active travel hubs and low carbon transport hubs, in the run up to the launch of our ERDF 2014-20 Low Carbon Travel and Transport fund later this year.

See our news release for details of the 39:

You are invited to find out more about Active Travel and Low Carbon Transport Hub operations under the Transport Scotland (TS) Low Carbon Travel and Transport (LCTT) Programme.  The TS LCTT Programme is funded under the European Regional Development Fund 2014-2020 programme.

The Fund is open again for applications. The closing date for stage 1 outline proposal forms is 5pm, 21 November 2016.