The Council's Community Greenspace team works with local communities in Perth and Kinross to maintain, improve and support shared green spaces for all to enjoy.
The Community environment challenge fund can provide support and funding for community-led initiatives.
Here are just a few of the groups which we support throughout the area. If you would like more details of what's happening in your own area, then please contact our Greenspace Rangers at email@example.com.
Loon Braes Parknership
Loon Braes in Rattray is managed by the Loon Braes Parknership, who have recently carried out many improvements to the site including path upgrades, wildflower planting, erection of bird and bat boxes, creation of a hibernaculum and bank stabilisation
South Perth Partnership
South Perth Community Partnership supports individuals and groups in the South Perth area of Moncreiffe, Friarton, Craigie and South Inch to identify issues of concern, find local solutions and encourage more involvement within the local community. They have green spaces and community allotments projects.
Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust
Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust (PKCT) is a registered environmental charity that provides, improves and promotes access to the countryside for walkers, cyclists, horse riders and canoeists.
Whether you're interested in swifts, squirrels or sea eagles, there are a great number of biodiversity projects which you can get at Tayside Biodiversity.
Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park Users Group
The Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park Users Group is a forum dedicated to ensuring that the views of the users of the Park are taken into consideration in the running of the Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park.
Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park is managed by the Kinnoull Hill Management Committee and is made up of partners including the Forestry Commission Scotland, Gannochy Trust, St Mary's Monastery, PKC and the Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park Users Group. These groups ensure the guiding principles of the areas Management Plans are carried out for the benefit of both people and wildlife.