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Marine Fund Scotland 2022-23: general guidance notes

General guidance notes for prospective applicants to the Marine Fund Scotland 2022-23, including information on who can apply and how to apply.


Annex E – example project targets

Examples of the types of targets that may be relevant to projects applying to the Marine Fund Scotland 2022-23 include (but are not limited to):

  • reduction in carbon emissions
  • reduction in waste
  • number of new jobs created and/or new entrants to the sectors
  • number of jobs safeguarded
  • number of people attending a course
  • number of new businesses created
  • increase in net profit
  • increase in turnover
  • increase in production
  • increase in value of production (value added)
  • reduction in unwanted catch
  • number of visitors to/users of a project
  • reduction in accidents/injuries
  • increase in sales
  • achieving accreditation
  • amount of further funding attracted
  • new revenue streams created (i.e. diversification)
  • higher quality/standard achieved
  • increase in wellbeing

Further examples of targets will continue to be developed to support potential applicants to the Marine Fund Scotland 2022-23 to decide how they will monitor their project's progress. Keep checking back to these Guidance notes, as they will be updated with new examples when these are available. Feel free to also get in touch at MFS@gov.scot if you want to suggest an example to be added to the list.

Contact

Email: MFS@gov.scot

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