We have updated the guidance available on this website. Several new documents are now available to download including the Assessment and Selection Procedure, the Assessment and Selection Criteria, the Eligibility and Assessment Scoring Forms and the Monitoring and Evaluation Guidance.
We’re going to hold a further question and answer event for potential applicants at our Battleby Office, near Perth, on Tuesday 23rd February at 11:00. Teas and coffees will be available from 10:30 and a sandwich lunch will be provided at approximately 12:30.
Living near to green spaces may reduce likelihood of death due to any cause, and especially due to cardiovascular disease, according to a new study. This review for the European Commission is the first to systematically evaluate the evidence linking green spaces to risk of death.
Zoe Kemp, the Head of the Green Infrastructure Fund, attended the SNIFFER Flood Risk Management Conference on 2 and 3 February. A key component of the event was around community resilience to flooding.
Thanks to everyone who came along to the Q&A event at Battleby on Monday. It was great to meet potential applicants and to explore how the Fund works. We’ll be updating our Frequently Asked Questions this week and will make amendments to the guidance documents and publish the outstanding guidance over the next couple of weeks. Watch this space and look out for email updates.
Following the opening of the Green Infrastructure Fund to applications, we’re going to hold a question and answer event for potential applicants at our Battleby Office, near Perth, on Monday 1st February. A sandwich lunch will be available from 12:30 with the event starting promptly at 13:00.
We are pleased to open the Green Infrastructure Fund for applications. The closing date for this application round is midnight on 1 April 2016. We are sorry but no exceptions or extensions will be granted.