More than 40 people came together to look at how green and blue space has been renewed and renaturalised along the Lyne Burn corridor in a series of projects stemming from Fife Council’s greenspace strategy. 

They were guided around a series of improvements by organisations including Touch Community Garden, UrbanPioneers landscape architects, SEPA, Fife Coast and Countryside Trust, and Touch and Garvock Community Council.
They looked at greenspace in urban housing in the Touch area of Dunfermline, at a green and active transport corridor through Woodmill and Rex Parks and in a section of recently de-canalised and naturalising burn, funded by SEPA.

We’d like to thank all who gave their time for the day, together with SEPA and the Future Parks Accelerator programme for funding support.

Resources (all documents open in new windows):

A brief thread summarising the day and 16 pictures on our X/Twitter account here: 

Notes from group discussions and reflections, 30 April 2024

Case study of Lyne Burn. For general use. With pictures and links to further resources including more technical case studies.

Detailed walking route description, map and route profile on OS Maps open access.