The Regeneration Capital Grant Fund is delivered annually in partnership with COSLA, supporting locally developed place-based regeneration projects that involve local communities, helping to tackle inequality and support inclusive growth in disadvantaged and fragile communities across Scotland.
Applications to the fund are made on an annual basis and, where justified, can potentially cover more than one financial year (subject to available budget).
The call for stage 1 applications has a deadline of 2pm on Friday June 19.
Stage 1 applications are now being requested for projects seeking grant support for 2021/22.
- projects that primarily focus on areas that suffer from high levels of deprivation and disadvantage
- projects that demonstrate clear community involvement
- projects that will deliver large scale transformational change with strong regeneration outcomes
- projects and programmes that can encourage additional investment and address market failure
The fund is open to all 32 Scottish local authorities individually, or whether they exercise their functions through urban regeneration companies (URCs) or other special purpose vehicles (SPVs).
Applications are not restricted in geography, size or type of project. It will be for applicant organisations to demonstrate that projects fit with the aims and objectives of the fund and can demonstrate clear regeneration outcomes in line with the strategy document Achieving a Sustainable Future and local area regeneration plans.