Completed Projects

Since 2014 Edinburgh Living Landscape has been delivering projects across the city through working in partnership with groups and organisations to connect green infrastructure at multiple scales from residents gardens via the Pollinator Pledge to large projects in our parks and woodlands. Here are a selection of some of our flagship projects.


Grey to green shoreline

North Edinburgh school pupils teamed up with scientists to turn 27km of Edinburgh’s coastline, from the third Forth Bridge in the west to Joppa in the east, into a living


Square Metre for Butterflies

A network of green roofs to support Edinburgh’s urban pollinators The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) and Butterfly Conservation Scotland (BCS) have worked with a number of companies in Central


Edinburgh Shoreline

Edinburgh Shoreline was an exciting, community centred initiative celebrating the city’s 27km coastline. We rediscovered its fascinating and often unknown history and the rich plant and animal life that survives


Edinburgh Swift City

The Edinburgh Swift City project, funded by ScottishPower Foundation, is complete after a year of creating a sanctuaries for swifts across the city. The aim of the project was to


Exploring Edinburgh’s Wildlife

This project explores the urban wildlife that calls Edinburgh home, to help us showcase the amazing animals that we share our spaces with. During the lockdowns of 2020, there were