Written 24 posts
26th June 2020
The Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge Fund is managed by the Energy Saving Trust on behalf of Transport Scotland. It offers support to public, community and third sector organisations to help deliver active travel and low carbon transport hubs across Scotland.
12th June 2020
This week our Future Funding Team published its findings report from the consultation into the Replacement of the European Structural Funds in Scotland Post-EU Exit.
9th June 2020
Scottish Natural Heritage’s Green Infrastructure (GI) Fund seeks to enhance the quality of life for people in urban communities by supporting projects that improve and expand greenspaces in towns and cities.
3rd June 2020
East Dunbartonshire Council’s Main Pipeline Project offers assistance to unemployed or underemployed people in the local area
22nd May 2020
Next week we plan to issue the first batch of supplementary offer of grant letters to Lead Partners.
20th April 2020
Last week the Managing Authority published our updated Management and Control System (MCS) guidance on the Scottish Government website. These changes were made following recommendations from the Audit Authority and feedback from Lead Partners.
5th March 2020
As we move towards the end of the current 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds programmes, Scottish Government Ministers, officials and stakeholders are considering what will replace them.
26th February 2020
Skills Development Scotland’s (SDS) Graduate Apprenticeships programme offers Scots the opportunity to work, get paid, and achieve a degree – even up to masters level.
7th February 2020
In February 2018 we announced the call for applications for the second phase of the ESF and ERDF programmes. In August 2019 we let Lead Partners know that this process would be concluding this year.
24th January 2020
Perth and Kinross Council’s Employability Pipeline programme provides support and advice about seeking jobs for adults, young people and those with a health condition living in Perth & Kinross.