A new fund is being launched by Cycling Scotland to meet increased demand for residential cycle parking and storage facilities.
The Scottish Government is to introduce legislation that will ensure developers provide electric vehicle (EV) charge points in the construction of new residential and non-residential buildings. Published as part of a summary of responses to the consultation titled ‘Scottish Building Regulation
National membership body Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) has been awarded £33,164 from Scottish walking charity, Paths for All, to help it take steps to address the climate emergency. The funding has been awarded as part of the charity's ‘The Smarter Choices, Smarter
Maryhill Housing has been awarded funding to purchase and install three new bike shelters at Glenavon Road and Shiskine Drive in Glasgow.
Cycling Scotland has awarded 12 social housing providers a combined total of more than £267,000 to improve cycling and walking facilities for their residents. More than £1.6million of funding from Transport Scotland has been awarded since the Social Housing Partnership Fund opened in 201
Community groups, organisations and businesses can now bid for a share of Fife Council's Levenmouth Reconnected Programme (LRP) which includes a £10 million fund.
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
Residents of South Queensferry have launched a crowdfunder to block Ambassador Living's plans to new roads over their land for access to a new housing estate beside the Forth Road Bridge.
A third round of funding to increase walking, cycling and sustainable travel has been allocated £2 million from the Scottish Government’s active travel budget for 2020/2021.
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
New plans have been submitted by developers to demolish part of the Oak Mall in Greenock and build 123 new flats. The proposal was originally refused by planners earlier this year due to uncertainty surrounding the use of the prominent gap site which would be created.
In a first for Midlothian, five green fully electric vehicles are now available to hire across the region, thanks to a new project delivered by Melville Housing Association. Funded by Transport Scotland’s Plugged-in Households programme and delivered through Energy Saving Trust, the fleet of f
Seven organisations across Scotland have been successful in the second round of the funding to procure the services of electric vehicle car clubs.