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The Fund is open again for applications. The closing date for stage 1 outline proposal forms is 5pm, 21 November 2016.

The Tesco Bags of Help grant scheme is now permanently open for applications from a wide range of community groups, schools, local authorities and organisations.

If you missed the Open event in Clydebank, here is a link to the slides. The FAQs will also be updated to address any questions asked at the event.  We will let you know when the updated version has been published.

Innovation has been added as one of the eligibility criteria and the guidance on innovation has been amended to reflect this change. The guidance on active play has also been updated.

The National Rules for the European Structural and Investment Funds have been updated and are available to download from the Scottish Government's website. The updated information can be found on page 27 of the document.

This event is for Designers, architects, contractors, professional environmental practitioners - all those who can influence building and development design in small, medium or large scale construction projects to include good design for biodiversity, or are working towards recognised ecological standards.

Transport Scotland’s Pre-Application Support Fund (PASF) is now open for applications. PASF is offering funding of up to £10,000 to help public, community and third sector organisations develop ideas for the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Low Carbon Travel and Transport (LCTT) Challenge Fund.


A new digital greenspace map for Scotland will be available as open data from Spring 2017. No other country has managed to map their greenspace in this way before.


More information from the news release on the Greenspace Scotland website.

We have updated the Application Form and suite of Guidance to use during Round 2 in response to feedback from Round 1.  The Mapping Requirements & GIS Template Instructions are also now available on the Guidance Page rather than through SNHi.

Following last week’s Referendum on the future of the UK in Europe, SNH has received initial advice from The Scottish Government that we should progress the first phase of the Green Infrastructure Fund as planned. This means that we expect to be able to award projects which will complete by the end of 2018 and that we intend to run a second funding round, closing in October, as planned.