Brief project description Big Burn Walk, Golspie is a sheltered walk with a route that passes over several bridges through a secretive gorge and it has two waterfalls. The Big Burn Walk is very popular with locals and visitors to the area. This project was initiated by a landslide which took down a large tree across steps and swept away...
Brief project description Installation of moorings pontoon, bridge, plinth and access path Anticipated results of the project Increased numbers of visiting yachts and high quality  facilities for visitors with improved all weather access to the shore. We anticipate that more visitors will have a really positive economic impact on local businesses. Name of the community benefit fund Dunvegan Community Trust Wind farm Ben Aketil Location Loch Dunvegan, Skye Starting...
Brief project description A major expansion and upgrading of the Boyndie Visitor Centre building has taken place, providing more space and better accommodation for both customers and clients and also providing the ability for young people with mobility issues (use of wheelchair, walking aids, etc) to be able to gain from a wider selection of learning opportunities and work experience. ...
Brief project description Construction of a brick garage and workshop for ground maintenance machinery and to store training equipment. Anticipated results of the project Steins Thistle FC are one of the most successful and longest established amateur clubs in Scotland. The club has a variety of teams and 146 playing members, ranging in age from 6-40 plus years old.  There are also...
Name of the project The Quay Zone Leisure Centre A brief project description The only leisure center in South Carrick, funding covers everyday operating costs including staffing, utilities and office supplies Expected results of the project The centre provides a huge range of activities including swimming, a large fitness suite and exercise classes, with a soft play area for young children and a café. ...


West Browncastle – South Lanarkshire, Scotland

Near Strathaven in South Lanarkshire, West Browncastle Wind Farm has 12 turbines. Funding goes to the South Lanarkshire Renewable Energy Fund which...

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