Our Formation

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The Scottish Access Technical Information Network (SATIN) was set up in 2009 to share good practice and to support people interested and involved in management of infrastructure for active travel and outdoor access.

Cycling Scotland, Paths for All and Sustrans Scotland met to discuss the establishment of a national technical advisory group.  A stakeholder day was held, involving a wide range of interested access professionals, to discuss the need, purpose and development of such a group or similar.  A steering group was established to name the group, develop and promote the network aims, and to co-ordinate the sharing of technical information and knowledge.  This web-based resource has been produced to enable this to happen.



Our Aims

Who's Involved

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@SATINNETWORK: SOAN have a best practice event coming up on the 24th of January at St. Filans. Full details are in the link below. http://bit.l
@SATINNETWORK: Sharing best practise event - 24th January - St. Fillans Join SOAN partners for a site visit looking at how we can… https://t.co/p3QODeEtXi
@SATINNETWORK: @ScottishAccess Sharing Best Practice Event 24th January 2018 – Loch Earn Railway Path (LERP), St. Fillans – Shari… https://t.co/VhaWUrAP26
@SATINNETWORK: Todays theme is drainage from our technical information listings. Please take a look through the website and share. https://t.co/ZLpfPb4Ydj
@SATINNETWORK: RT @PathsforAll: Our Active Environments team are excited to be working with young people in Dalmellington all week delivering our #Pathski

Supported by

  • Cycling Scotland
  • Forestry Commission Scotland
  • Falkirk Council
  • Paths For All
  • Scottish Natural Heritage
  • Sustrans