Scottish Government have announced ten projects that will share more than £5 million from the low carbon Vacant and Derelict Land Investment Programme, driving regeneration and innovation while tackling climate change.

The projects will transform some of Scotland’s longest standing vacant and derelict sites into affordable housing, community gardens and places of enterprise and learning

Projects include:

  • regenerating derelict land in east Greenock to create a Carwood Street Food Growing Project for local people in a less affluent area
  • Twechar Canal Regeneration Project
  • Hamiltonhill Green Infrastructure Project

A full list of projects is available here