Did you know that individuals and community groups can apply to Dunadd Community Council for a micro grant of up to £250.
The grant can be used for anything that has a community benefit – eg community activities, training courses (that benefit the community), community and school events.
Some of the grants we have awarded this year include – a new notice board in Kilmartin, new pads for defibrillators in Ford and Kilmartin and book swap.
If you would like to apply for a grant, please email email@example.com with a covering letter stating what you are looking for and how this will benefit the community. Decisions are made at the next meeting following the receipt of application.
Please find links below to the most recent planning applications –
23/01367/PP | Change of use of former church to form dwellinghouse, formation of vehicular access and driveway, erection of garage/carport, formation of opening in boundary wall to provide pedestrian access and associated works | Kilmichael Glassary Parish Church Kilmichael Glassary Argyll And Bute (argyll-bute.gov.uk)
23/01369/LIB | External and internal alterations to former church to form dwellinghouse including formation of opening in boundary wall to provide pedestrian access and associated works | Kilmichael Glassary Parish Church Kilmichael Glassary Argyll And Bute (argyll-bute.gov.uk)
23/01393/NMA | Non material amendment to planning application 18/01327/PP (Erection of dwellinghouse, installation of sewage treatment plant and formation of access) – amended vehicular access | Land North West Of Carnach Kilmichael Glen Lochgilphead Argyll And Bute PA31 8QL (argyll-bute.gov.uk)
Please find the link below to the planning application for the Kilmartin Museum.
When: Thursday 18th May 2023
Where: Ford Village Hall
Time: 6pm – 7pm
Dunadd Community Council have been discussing Community Benefit/ Shared Ownership schemes that can come from windfarm developments. These discussions have focussed on ensuring that funds are used equitably.
As a result of discussions Dunadd Community Enterprise have offered to manage the receipt of applications, conduct due diligence and make recommendations to a separate decision making body made up of residents on proposals. This is the process that is used in Tarbert & Skipness. Other options could be to have the funds held by an organisation like Foundation Scotland.
We would like to invite all residents of Dunadd (Kilmichael, Kilmartin, Slockavullin, Ford and the environs) along to get views on how Community Funds should be managed. This is purely an information gathering session.
If you are unable to attend the meeting please email any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information can be found here –
Please find below details of the consultation which is open until the 24th May
– click on the Search tab; then,
– click on Simple Search tab; then,
– type An Carr Dubh into Search by Project Name box and then clicking on Go; then,
– click on ECU00004781 and then clicking on Documents tab then clicking on the Application Documents tab.
Please see below information on an upcoming drop in session on the 23rd March for Kilmartin Museum –