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The majestic Caledonian Canal is considered by many as one of the greatest waterways of the world. Running from Fort William in the west to Inverness in the east, this 60 mile coast to coast channel passes through exciting towns and villages, spectacular lochs, and beautiful countryside.
The plan to kick start the renaissance of the popular Union Canal won a prestigious national waterways award on 23 May, scooping the ‘Strategy & Masterplanning’ category of The 2012 Waterways Renaissance Awards.
This year's festival was a resounding success, organised once again by Re-Union Canal Boats who work with a wide range of community groups and local businesses.
National recognition for major canalside regeneration projects.
Glasgow's cultural sector has boomed since 1990, when the city was named European Capital of Culture, a new report has claimed. How have Scottish canals contributed to this?
The partnership behind the 58 acre mixed use canal side development next to The Falkirk Wheel, which has recently received planning permission, has today unveiled its new name...
The City of Edinburgh Council, in partnership with British Waterways Scotland, is set to launch a new strategy which will look at developing five 'hubs along the Union Canal. The public consultation will last from June until the end of August.
IBM's smart city was just one of the applications of the rapidly advancing world of sensor technology and Scotland's leadership within the field debated at 'Smart Cities: A Meeting of Minds' at the Falkirk Wheel on Wednesday 16th May.
Work to revitalise Scotland’s canals network is being stepped up thanks to £4.6 million of investment from the Scottish Government.
The investment will bring forward a number of major infrastructure projects which will impact on tourism, regeneration, sport and living on the water.