This table shows the regional priorities relevant to the region you have selected.
Each regional priority has a unique code (column one) which will help you to identify your selected priorities when completing your Statement of Intent/Proposal.
The detailed description (column two) has been provided to help you understand the implications and outcomes being sought by each priority.
The package numbers (column three) will help you to cross reference those relevant packages to the regional priority you have selected, with the full list of packages detailed on the right hand side of the page.
Regional Priority Code
Thriving Rural Communities Priorities
Improved viability and well being of Scotland's rural communities, by:
the provision of access to high quality socially, environmentally and economically sustainable community buildings (such as multi-use community centres), and facilities (i.e. sport and leisure):
- particularly multi-functional facilities for user groups, based on evidence of demand and appropriate business plan, marketing strategy and economic sustainability
- enhance the quality of life in rural communities across the widest possible spectrum of local inhabitants, only if no alternative funding is available.
Helping communities address local community service needs. Particularly proposals that:
- which deliver needs identified based on evidence of demand by a formal Community Group.
Sustainable, resilient rural communities, which are empowered and encouraged to take a positive role in influencing issues affecting them and their communities, through improving skills, knowledge and capacity and supporting other community led initiatives:
- undertake community development and planning work for a development which can demonstrate benefit, contributing to the social and economic fabric of the local community.