Other Partners

SNH's work is about caring for the natural heritage, enabling people to enjoy it, helping people to understand and appreciate it, and supporting those who manage it. 

Staff

The key staff involved in the management and delivery of the CSGN are:

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Operations Manager Central Scotland

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Area Manager Strathclyde and Ayrshire

SNH is working in partnership with others to support delivery of the CSGN, including: 

  • Recreation & Active Travel - developing proposals for a network of longer distance routes across the CSGN area, implementing the John Muir Way
  • Integrated Habitat Networks - providing advice and guidance on habitat networks and developing a coordinated funding bid to LIFE+
  • Landscape Action- reviewing actions and priorities for landscape
  • Development Planning - supporting Local Authorities in incorporating green network aims, objectives and actions into their Strategic and Local Development Plans and Single Outcome Agreements.
  • Funding green network and community projects across the area through the ERDF Green Infrastructure Fund, the CSGN Development Fund  and through its own grants programmes. The Green Infrastructure Fund aims to transform some of Scotland’s most deprived urban areas by developing and improving green spaces. £3m has been awarded to five projects that will improve local greenspace in some of the most deprived areas in Scotland. Once match funding from other sources is taken into account, a total investment of £7.3m is anticipated. Three of the five projects are in the CSGN area at Clydebank, Castlemilk & Fernhill, and Cardonald.