BIGG Regeneration is jointly owned by Scottish Canals and the igloo Regeneration Fund. This fund is a partnership of pension, life and charity funds, managed by Aviva Investors, which invests in sustainable urban regeneration across the UK.


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ecoartscotland is a focal point for art and ecology. We profile interesting and significant research, policy and practice, including projects by Scottish and other artists, designers and architects. ecoartscotland comprises a blog, a library, publishing occasional papers and participating in exhibitions including the Edinburgh Art Festival, Edinburgh International Science Festival. We have worked with North Light Arts in Dunbar and critical tourism projects in the Scottish landscape.


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Scotland's canals have a unique place in the history of canal-buidling of the Industrial Age of Great Britain and Ireland. Scottish transport and industry relied on seaborne rather than river navigation. In the 18th and 19th centuries our canals provided new links with coastal centres, improving access to supplies of raw materials such as coal, iron-ore, stone and agricultural produce.



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The goal of the Land Art Generator Initiative is to see to the design and construction of public art installations that uniquely combine aesthetics with utility-scale clean energy generation. The works will serve to inspire and educate while they provide renewable power to thousands of homes around the world. Renewable energy can be beautiful.

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Art for a changing city. Initiated by Glasgow Life, Glasgow City Council, Creative Scotland and Clyde Gateway Urban Regeneration Company, VELOCITY seeks to re-imagine, repair and reconnect the physical and social fabric of the city in the post-Games context.

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Glasgow, with a population of around 600,000, is Scotland's largest city and commercial capital of Scotland. The city is administered by Glasgow City Council with the municipal headquarters, the City Chambers, situated in George Square.


The City Council works with partner agencies, public sector organisations, educational institutions and the private and voluntary sectors to raise the profile of the city, regenerate areas and make it an attractive and high quality place to live, study, work, visit and invest in.



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Creative Carbon Scotland is a partnership of arts organisations working to put culture at the heart of a sustainable Scotland. We believe cultural and creative organisations have a significant influencing power to help shape a sustainable Scotland for the 21st century.