Living on Water
More and more people are taking advantage of the many benefits Living on Water offers over traditional on-land living. With residential and commercial berths offering a greener, more individual, and often cheaper way of life, there’s never been a better time to live, work or play on Scotland’s rejuvenated canal network. Find out more about Living on Water…
Scottish Canals has been working hard to restore a number of important canalside heritage properties. Book your Canalside Cottage today…
Fort Augustus Retail & Tourism Centre
Fort Augustus is a mature canalside destination with over 300,000 visitors per year, who are fascinated by the five interconnecting canal locks which dominate the main street. We are working in partnership with the community and The Highland Council to develop proposals for a “one stop shop” for tourism adjacent to the Clansman Centre, Fort Augustus.
Edinburgh Union Canal Strategy
Since its re-birth as part of the Millennium Link Project, the Union Canal has come a long way from a derelict backwater to become one of Edinburgh’s most important heritage, recreational and community assets.
North Glasgow Integrated Water Management System
The Metropolitan Glasgow Strategic Drainage Partnership (MGSDP) is a multi-agency partnership working to deliver a range of projects addressing existing drainage infrastructure, water issues and flooding throughout metropolitan Glasgow, which encompasses seven local authority areas.