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Small Settlements Grant final information workshop

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council will hold a final information workshop on Wednesday, June 15, at 7pm about its Restore and Reactivate grant in collaboration with the Department for Communities (DfC).

The Scheme will support capital works on derelict or vacant commercial properties in the following small settlements: Armoy, Ballykelly, Bushmills, Castlerock, Cloughmills, Cushendall, Dungiven, Dunloy, Garvagh, Greysteel, Kilrea and Rasharkin.

Prospective applicants should note that eligible properties must have been vacant since at least March 1, 2021. The scheme will provide funding at 75% of total works costs up to a maximum grant of £50,000. Only one application per property will be considered and an applicant may only apply for funding for one property/address in a settlement.

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The final online workshop will take place on Wednesday, June 15 at 7pm which will Explain the application process; Provide an overview of the application form; Provide a checklist of what information is to be submitted with an application; Explain the assessment process and inform on applicant responsibilities if successfully awarded funding; Answer any questions potential applicants have. The workshop is not mandatory, but attendance is recommended.

Register your place now by emailing [email protected] Workshop participants must be either an owner or leaseholder of a derelict or vacant property within the settlement development limits of the settlements named above. The application process remains open until Thursday, June 30.

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