Growing a Greener Glasgow

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How we support residents to save energy in their homes

We have conducted more than 600 home energy audits on the southside of Glasgow to support residents save energy. Each home is different and the way residents use energy in their homes varies. We have collected a few case studies together to show the range of energy-related issues we have tackled.

Want space to grow veg this year?

Meet people like you who want to grow their own food (or learn how) and keep active outdoors in our little urban oasis!

Improving Victorian tenement windows

Last year a South Seeds project dramatically improved the lives of residents in Victorian Govanhill tenements by upgrading or replacing their broken and draughty windows.

Thermal curtains

Heavy or thermal curtains will help keep the heat in and save you money.

New office on Victoria Road

South Seeds have moved from the small office on Butterbiggins Road to a large corner unit at 514 Victoria Road. Come in and say hello.

Swapping incandescent for LED

We are grateful to Energy Action Scotland for a small grant to allow us to swap incandescent bulbs for LED bulbs when we are delivering home energy audits.

Finalist – Herald Society Awards

We are delighted to be a finalist at the Herald Society awards for our work  supporting migrants to understand the energy system.

Supporting migrants to understand our energy system

More than 20 migrants a week drop in to the South Seeds office for support to tackle a wide range of issues with their domestic gas and electricity supply – from no heating, to tampered meters or the debts of former residents.