APPLICATIONS are reportedly being sought, to help put to good use vacant and derelict land in Glasgow.
Says (here) the regeneration agency, SURF: “The Scottish Government have recently opened Round Four of the low carbon Vacant & Derelict Land Investment Programme (VDLIP) for projects seeking funding for 2024/25. This will again be on a competitive bid basis and Glasgow City Council is now inviting applications.”
And says the Scottish Government here, but not quite so explicitly (re Glasgow): “The low carbon Vacant and Derelict Land Investment Programme (VDLIP) offers funding to transform long-term vacant and derelict sites. It is open to applications from local councils and Clyde Gateway.
“Applicants can bid for grants from an available £15 million in 2024 to 2025 as part of a two-stage application process. This guidance covers stage one of the process.”
A deadline of June 23 has been set.
Picture credit: Place Design Scotland
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