Regeneration Capital Grant Fund - stage one 2024 to 2025: application form

Fund which supports locally developed, place-based regeneration projects that involve local communities, helping to tackle inequalities and deliver inclusive growth in deprived, disadvantaged and fragile remote communities across Scotland. This Fund closed to applications on 21 June 2023.


How your application will be assessed

All stage one applications will be evaluated by an independent investment panel with expertise in place based regeneration.

The investment panel is co-chaired by the Scottish Government and COSLA.

Applications will be assessed against the:

  • basic eligibility criteria
  • ability to meet the aims and objectives of the programme
  • readiness to make use of available grant in 2024 to 2025
  • wider strategic fit

You will be notified of the panel’s decision by the end of August 2023.

If your stage one application is successful, you will be invited to provide more details about your project at stage two. We will publish guidance on stage two in due course.

If your project is unsuccessful you will be provided feedback, to help you decide whether to apply to a future funding round.

The panel’s recommendations are final and will not be reconsidered.

Legal requirements

Project proposals are invited on the basis that necessary legal requirements are covered for projects to deliver in 2024 to 2025.  

This means that Public Procurement, Subsidy Control, Environmental Impact, Equalities Impact Assessment, Planning Permission, Fairer Scotland Duty (as part of the Equality Act 2010,) and any other legal requirements which are specific to individual projects have been considered and addressed by applicants.

All projects will need to comply with all relevant legislation relating to the implementation of projects. Local authorities/ Clyde Gateway URC will be responsible for ensuring these elements. Further information may be required from applicant organisations at stage 2 and potentially prior to any offer of grant being issued. 



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