A green fingered couple have teamed up with Melville Housing Association to transform an unloved patch of communal space behind their Penicuik home into a fabulous community garden. Sam and Shona Wilkie, who moved into Melville’s Windsor Lane development in 2013, began the project a little ove
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Social housing providers can now apply for grants of up to £25,000 per site to improve cycle parking, storage, shelter and security at their properties. Delivered by Cycling Scotland, in partnership with the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations, Sustrans Scotland and Living Streets Scot
The first round a fund for registered social landlords in Scotland to encourage more people to walk and cycle for everyday journeys has been oversubscribed, providing funding for 46 projects from 33 social housing providers, a progress report into the initiative has revealed.
An additional £350,000 of Scottish Government funding is now available for registered social landlords to make it easier and more accessible for people to walk and cycle as part of everyday journeys.
Eight walking and cycling organisations have called for an end to building new roads in Scotland and to provide more street space for people on foot and bikes.
You can apply for up to £25,000 to make spaces more accessible for your tenants to walk and cycle.
A new fund to encourage more people to walk and cycle for everyday journeys is now available for registered social landlords in Scotland. The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) is working in partnership with Cycling Scotland, Living Streets Scotland and Sustrans Scotland to provide &
Trust Housing Association has partnered with national walking charity Living Streets Scotland and North Lanarkshire Council to open a new path, gate and lighting at its Airdrie development. The improvements were made after tenants said they found it impossible to make every day journeys on foot.
The Athletes' Village in Dalmarnock. Photographer: Shona McMillan, October 2017 Housing developers are locking people into unhealthy and expensive car-dependent lifestyles by failing to provide infrastructure or access to healthier travel options including walking, cycling or car sharing, according