Scotland: committee decisions November 2021
SFF Development round applications
Climate FORTH (Furthering Our Resilience Through Heritage)
Applicant: RSPB Scotland
Project description: Climate FORTH (Furthering Our Resilience Through Heritage) will build the skills and capacity of local communities to respond to change, increasing the resilience of natural and built heritage assets across the Inner Forth.
Decision: Award Development Grant of £175,670 (77%) and potential Delivery Grant of £948,752 (65%)
Lower City Mills
Applicant: Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust
Project description: This project will restore and redevelop Perth's A-listed LCM to create a National Milling Hub, deliver traditional building skills training and improve public access to the Mills with the creation of a co-curated exhibition space.
Decision: Award Development Grant of £204,036 (71%) and potential Delivery Grant of £1,194,653 (43%)
A People’s Transport Museum and Community Hub for Dundee
Applicant: Dundee Museum of Transport
Project description: The Dundee Museum of Transport Trust (DMofT) will relocate its museum from its current temporary premises to a permanent site at the B-listed Maryfield Tram Depot, north-east of Dundee city centre.
SFF Second round applications
Silverburn Flax Mill - Heart, Mind & Soul Silverburn
Applicant: Fife Employment Access Trust
Project description: The restoration and adaptation of the 'at risk', B-Listed Silverburn Flax-Mill on the Fife Coastal Path in Levenmouth, North East Fife. It will create a hostel and community hub delivering training and preventative-health and wellbeing services.
Decision: Award Grant of £3,476,000 (42%)
#Everyone's Theatre – Telling the Story
Applicant: Capital Theatres
Project description: To revitalise the A-Listed King's Theatre in the heart of Edinburgh, creating a fully-accessible, fit-for-purpose theatre and community hub.
Decision: Award Grant of £1,726,000 (7%)