Scottish heritage groups move forward with income-generating partnership

A consortium of Scottish heritage orgnaisations including Greenspace Scotland has been successful in its in its second round application to the Heritage Lottery Fund Catalyst Heritage Grants.

The group, named The Resourcing Scotland's Heritage Partnership is led by Arts and Business Scotland includes Greenspace Scotland along with Archaeology Scotland, Built Environment Forum Scotland and Museums Galleries Scotland.

Its aim is to successfully raise funds from private sources by being the first fully co-ordinated sector specific training and network strengthening programme bringing together all heritage sectors.

Resourcing Scotland's Heritage is a three year Scotland-wide programme which starts this year.

The Heritage Lottery Fund awarded the initiative a development grant of £468,400 last year.

The partners are now recruiting a project manager.


Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles and free email bulletins

Sign up now
Already registered?
Sign in

Read These Next

What's new in walk-behinds and ride-ons?

What's new in walk-behinds and ride-ons?

A striped finish, rapid zero-turning and tenacious flails are strengths in these new mowers, writes Sally Drury.

Can autonomous and robotic mowers handle commercial work?

Can autonomous and robotic mowers handle commercial work?

The newest robotic models offer a less labour-intensive, less strenuous, safer and cheaper solution for many amenity jobs, Sally Drury reports.

Opinion... Open horticulture students' eyes to opportunities

Opinion... Open horticulture students' eyes to opportunities

The number of full-time students entering colleges for land based studies currently stands at 800, an unbelievably low number for the whole of the country. Colleges offering a wide range of agricultural and horticultural subjects have dropped and horticultural courses are being lost at a quite frightening rate.


Follow us on:
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Twitter
  • Google +

HORTICULTURE WEEK Custodian Awards

The Horticulture Week Custodian Awards are open to all professionals responsible for the management and development of parks, gardens and other green spaces. Find out more about how and why you should enter the 2019 Custodian Awards.

Horticulture Jobs
More Horticulture Jobs

Products & Kit Resources

HORTICULTURE WEEK Custodian Awards

Find out more about the outstanding parks, gardens and arboricultural projects and teams that became our Custodian Award 2018 winners.