Wales: Committee decisions, November 2023

Wales: Committee decisions, November 2023

Schedule of decisions made by the Wales Committee on 30 November 2023.

SFF Delivery round applications

Menter Ty'n Llan

Applicant: Menter Ty'n Llan Cyfyngedig

Project county: Gwynedd

Project summary: The project aims to develop the Grade II Tŷ'n Llan tavern and garden into an accessible, viable community hub, to provide a wide social, wellbeing and economic benefit to the community, through a programme of activities and hosting community services.

Decision: Award grant of £1,709,456.00 (58.96% of the total cost)

Grant Increase

Flat Holm: A Walk through Time

Applicant: Cardiff Council

Project county: City of Cardiff

Decision: Award grant increase of £1,152,330 (64% of the total cost) to make a total grant of £1,797,530

SFF Development round applications

Clywedog Valley Heritage Partnership

Applicant: Groundwork North Wales

Project county: Wrexham

Project summary: This five-year project seeks to create a unified heritage space along the Clywedog Valley Trail in Wrexham. The project, delivered in partnership, aims to bring together various organisations to restore a number of heritage assets in the Clywedog Valley.

Decision: Award development grant of £246,530.00 (89.41% of total costs) with a potential delivery grant of £1,264,047

The small house with a big story: the restoration of Plas Gunter Mansion

Applicant: Plas Gunter Mansion Trust cyf

Project county: Monmouthshire

Project summary: Plas Gunter Mansion Trust aims to recover the historical integrity and appearance of a 17th-century, Grade II listed building, in order to open access and put it to appropriate use, while also enabling diversification of audiences, trustees and volunteers.

Decision:  Award a development grant of £222,340.00 (89.41% of total costs) with a potential delivery grant of £2,784,987.

The Urban Long Forest

Applicant: Keep Wales Tidy

Project county: Cardiff, Caerphilly, Neath Port Talbot and Wrexham

Project summary: Through education and skill development, the project aims to increase community interest and involvement in hedgerow management by focusing on four urban/peri-urban locations having limited nature and/or lacking habitat connectivity: Cardiff, Caerphilly, Neath Port Talbot and Wrexham.

Decision: Award development grant of £171,559 (95% of total costs) with a potential delivery grant of £759,615.

Sarah Briscoe House Transformation

Applicant: Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn Town Council

Project county: Powys

Project summary: The project aims at expanding and transforming the Grade II listed building to promote community engagement for a long-term sustainable use.

Decision: Award development grant of £112,846 (88.44% of total costs) with a potential delivery grant of £1,113,276.

Cysylltiadau Cleddau Connections

Applicant: Pembrokeshire Local Action Network for Enterprise and Development Limited

Project county: Pembrokeshire

Project summary: The project seeks to explore, share and celebrate the complex and often contradictory landscape, ecology, heritage and culture along the River Cleddau (Afon Cleddau), with a view to connecting the community to its shared heritage, leaving a legacy of better-connected and more resilient communities.

Decision: Reject