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This morning, Humza Yousaf, Minister for Transport and the Islands announced that five projects across Scotland have been successful in their bids for finance from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to support innovative hubs which facilitate the shift towards active or low carbon modes of travel and transportation.

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Cycling Scotland are welcoming applications to their Cycle Friendly Community Development Fund

The Adaptation and Resilience in the Context of Change network (ARCC) with the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers opened the Green Infrastructure Design Challenge for submissions on 26 April. Submission deadline 8 May.

 

With grants of £100,000 to £1million to support applicants in piloting new, more effective ways of collaborating, the Great Place Scheme includes everything from city-wide initiatives to smaller, rural schemes.

The Great Place Scheme will invest in 5 to 10 places across Scotland to achieve the following:

Applications to the Green Infrastructure Community Engagement Fund

Round 1 of the Green Infrastructure Community Engagement Fund has now closed - 7 applications were received and are now being assessed. We plan to run a second round later this year. Further details will be confirmed in due course.

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.

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£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.

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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.

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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

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