The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has withdrawn its objection to the 10-mile Crubenmore to Kincraig A9 dualling scheme.
Barratt Developments has announced plans to further prioritise wildlife on all of its new Scottish developments by 2023 by creating dedicated space for local biodiversity conservation, installing a range of wildlife-friendly features and following expert advice from wildlife charity R
Barratt Homes has won a prestigious award for enhancing biodiversity at its Riverside Quarter development in Aberdeen. The developer received the RSPB Scotland ‘Business Award’ at its annual Nature of Scotland awards in Edinburgh for reconnecting historically divided habitat corridors an
Andy Kinsella, chief executive of Mainstream' offshore division RSPB Scotland’s long-running challenge to a £2 billion offshore wind farm off the Fife coast has been rejected by the Supreme Court, paving the way to proceed with the construction of the development.
An alliance of conservation organisations has submitted a damning objection to proposals to build a £10 million golf course on one of the last undeveloped coastal duneland habitats left in Scotland. American billionaire Mike Keiser and his partners want to build an 18-hole championship course on an
A coalition of organisations that are supportive of the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm, consented to be built off the East coast of Scotland, have joined forces to appeal to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Scotland (RSPB Scotland) to abandon further court action aimed at del
Work on a £2 billion wind farm off the Fife coast will begin next year after the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) lost a long-running legal battle against the development. The Inner House of the Court of Session yesterday refused RSPB Scotland’s application to appeal the Court’s
The Isle of Eigg off Scotland’s west coast shows the way forward to a renewable future MSPs will today debate the future of energy in Scotland, with a focus on expanding the role of renewables in helping to cut carbon emissions in non-power sectors such as heat and transport.
The Isle of Eigg off Scotland’s west coast shows the way forward to a renewable future A Warm Homes Act and a national energy efficiency programme will contribute towards the “necessary and achievable” target of producing half of all of Scotland’s energy across heat, transport and electricit