Scottish Natural Heritage
A Southside Housing Association project designed to better manage rainwater across Cardonald is due to start work in the coming weeks.
Published 9 March 2020
Three projects funded by the Social Housing and Green Infrastructure Fund are set to be launched at this year's Scottish Federation of Housing Association's (SFHA) annual Development Conference.
Published 13 February 2020
Around 100,000 new trees are to be planted throughout the Outer Hebrides by 2020 thanks to an initiative set up by a community wind farm charity.
Published 7 October 2019
Southside Housing Association has received £537,215 in funding from Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) for a green space development project in Cardonald.
Published 20 August 2019
The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) is working in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage, Architecture and Design Scotland and the Scottish Government to support more innovative, greener designs in the housing sector.
Published 14 February 2019
The search is on for 10 projects that help nature bloom in the most disadvantaged areas of Scotland’s towns and cities as Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) unveils a further £8 million in funding for its Green Infrastructure Fund.
Published 27 September 2018
Homelessness charity Cyrenians is celebrating three years of its community garden Green Learning Project run.
Published 8 August 2018
A proposal from Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) for a South Uist community group to establish a new Nature Reserve within an active crofting estate has been approved by the Scottish Government.
Published 21 May 2018
A delegation from Iceland is set to visit Inverness this week to view work being carried out on Sustainable Urban Drainage systems (SUDS) in the city.
Published 23 April 2018
Over £300,000 has been made available to groups looking to engage urban communities through nature, under a programme led by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
Published 11 January 2018
To celebrate yesterday’s World Habitat Day, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has commissioned research into the opportunities for green infrastructure within social housing projects as part of a wider drive to encourage greater access to green spaces.
Published 3 October 2017
In a first for a construction firm, a rescue mission was launched by Glasgow-based City Building and Scottish Natural Heritage to save endangered water voles living beneath a working site in Easterhouse, Glasgow.
Published 26 April 2017
A community in Cardonald is celebrating an award of £901k from the Green Infrastructure Fund to transform the green space around their homes.
Published 27 March 2017
A multi-million pound fund to develop green spaces in some of Scotland’s most deprived areas has been announced by the Scottish Government.
Published 5 October 2016