Scottish National Investment Bank
The new Scottish National Investment Bank has been set three core missions to ensure it addresses the “grand challenges” facing Scotland.
Published 3 December 2020
The Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB) has officially opened for business today with a mission to focus on supporting Scotland’s transition to net zero; extending equality of opportunity through improving places, and harnessing innovation to enable Scotland to flourish.
Published 23 November 2020
More than two-thirds of the Building Scotland Fund (BSF) has been awarded to private developers with only 700 homes allocated for affordable housing to show for the £100 million outlay, according to new data.
Published 11 September 2020
Reducing inequalities is one of three core missions for the new Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB) which have been laid before the Scottish Parliament for consultation.
Published 31 August 2020
Around £220 million of further funding has been announced for the Scottish National Investment Bank to help Scotland transition to net-zero carbon emissions.
Published 17 February 2020
Legislation to establish a Scottish National Investment Bank has been passed unanimously by the Scottish Parliament.
Published 22 January 2020
The Scottish Government’s Building Scotland Fund (BSF) has topped £100 million of financial support for housing, regeneration and industrial and commercial developments throughout the country.
Published 14 January 2020
A new Scottish National Investment Bank will be operational next year and provide £2 billion in capital over ten years, MSPs have been told.
Published 9 May 2018
A Scottish National Investment Bank will be established to take a “new approach” on capital investment, the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced yesterday.
Published 6 September 2017