Maybole Regeneration

Regenerating the Maybole Town Centre will be achieved by working closely with the community and local businesses. The Project and partners will invest up to £7.5 million over the next four years in improving buildings in the centre, building and improving cycling and walking routes, developing opportunities for the community to participate and learn and redeveloping the public spaces on the High Street so it becomes a place to enjoy and linger. Click on the link below to find out more about the different projects.

Projects

Interactive Map

Hover over a building on the Maybole High Street to see examples of what work could be done, and to enquire whether your may be able apply for a grant if this is your building.

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Unlisted Building
C-Listed Buildings
B-Listed Buildings
A-Listed Building

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