Some of the projects we are involved in


Clean & Green

Clean & Green is a project based in St Andrews which was set up by BID St Andrews

The need for this project was identified by the businesses in the BID area and is being delivered by St Andrews Environmental Network by a team of 3 full time staff members.


Cosy Kingdom

Cosy Kingdom is a free and impartial energy and debt advice service available to all tenants and homeowners across Fife. It’s a partnership between Greener Kirkcaldy, St Andrews Environmental Network and Citizens Advice and Rights Fife.

Our energy advisors can help you find practical and affordable ways to save energy, understand your gas and electricity bills and tariffs, switch supplier, advise on gas and electricity utility debt and help with Warm Home Discount. We can also provide free benefit checks and offer a free handy service for those eligible for free energy saving measures.


St Andrews Beach Wheelchairs

The beautiful beaches in and around St Andrews should be accessible to everyone including those with mobility issues. Our Beach Wheelchairs solve this problem.


Sustainable St Andrews

Sustainability is the way forward


Towards a Plastic Free St Andrews

‘Towards a Plastic Free St. Andrews’ initiative was established in early 2019 by Daphne Biliouri-Grant in collaboration with the St. Andrews Environmental Network, to work together in order to raise awareness about plastic pollution and work towards the eradication of single-use plastics in St. Andrews.


Community Garden

A town-centre garden where we are working with volunteers to grow produce which will be donated to North East Fife Community Hub Cafe.


Energy - Go Green

Energy-Go Green is an Energy Advice Project delivered by St Andrews Environmental Network to reduce the carbon footprint of your home. We offer initial discussions about options and grants followed by a referral to Home Energy Scotland to commence the process. We are available to help and support throughout.


StAnd Reuse

Working together to reduce waste in St Andrews


The Kernel

The Kernel Partnership was formed in 2017 between of St Andrews Botanic Gardens, Transition University of St Andrews, and St Andrews Environmental Network. The group were awarded funding from CCF (Climate Challenge Fund) to create a low-carbon living programme and community space in St Andrews named “The Kernel”.


Warm Up Rural NE Fife

‘Helping you stay warm and reduce energy usage’ - Supporting residents of KY14 & KY15.