Keith Conservation Area Regeneration Schemes
Keith Cars is a major heritage led regeneration project within the town of Keith and will provides a range of grants available to help repair buildings in the centre of the town. The Keith conservation area regeneration scheme (CARS) is the first scheme of this kind to be run in Moray and will see investment of around £2million within the Mid Street, Chapel Street and Reidhaven Square conservation area.
Funding has been secured from Historic Scotland, the Scottish Government and European Community Moray LEADER 2007-2013 programme and the Moray Council and will see significant investment from building owners.
The project sits within a bigger picture of moves to regenerate the economy and built environment of Keith.
The funding is aimed at tackling priority projects, offering small grants to building owners and providing access to education and training. The scheme is part of a partnership between the Scottish Government and Moray Council, and aims to help regenerate Scotland
In addition to the large priority building projects, the small grants scheme will be available for property owners to apply for funding to help towards undertake repairs to traditional shop fronts, sash and case windows, cast iron rainwater goods and other external repairs.
Moray Council and the Keith and Strathisla Regeneration Partnership have worked together ; for some time to regenerate Keith with a key objective to promote economic activity and retain town centre vitality.
Economic Development Dept.
The Moray Council, Council Offices
High Street, Elgin
0300 123 4561