Work to develop a second set of Liveable Neighbourhoods in Glasgow will start soon after the appointment of two consultants to deliver early-stage work aimed at transforming communities into safer, more attractive spaces where everyday needs can be met locally. Funded by a Connecting Communities gra
Sustrans has reopened its Places for Everyone programme funding to new applications for active travel infrastructure projects, the first time for over a year following the Covid-19 pandemic. Major urban active travel projects, such as the South City Way in Glasgow are currently being delivered using
Loreburn Housing Association has secured £1.4 million funding from Sustrans for its Langholm Bridge project. The award is part of a funding package from Sustrans as part of its 'Places for everyone' support and funding for active travel projects in Scotland.
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
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
Glasgow City Council was yesterday given an update on the progress of the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) which noted the achievement of key milestones and looked forward to future projects within the TRA.
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.
Sustrans Scotland has published new design guidance, aimed at supporting organisations implementing temporary walking and cycling infrastructure to enable physical distancing during COVID-19.
Concept designs of the transformation of the Woodside area in Glasgow have been unveiled with the launch of a new website.
The Scottish Government is to fully fund a new infrastructure programme for pop-up walking and cycling routes or temporary improvements to existing routes to better enable physical distancing
A public consultation has been launched into a £3 million Queens Cross Housing Association environmental improvement project to transform the look of the Woodside area of Glasgow. A successful public consultation session shared ideas for the ‘Making Places in Woodside&rs
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.
Christina Eley, community engagement officer for the Pocket Places campaign at Sustrans, discusses how four Scottish streets have one year and support from urban design experts to create and test new ideas to improve their street. Sustrans believes that streets should be shared equally by everyone t
Sustrans Scotland's Street Design programme will be open for applications in the new year.
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.