Maybole Regeneration

Regenerating Maybole’s Town Centre making it an even better place to live work and visit will be achieved by working closely and in partnership with the community and local businesses. The Project, partners and owners of buildings will invest up to £7.5 million over the next three years in improving buildings in the centre, developing and a number of cycling and walking routes and transforming the public space on the High Street so it becomes a welcoming place to visit, enjoy and spend time. We are also developing a range of activities and training opportunities where the community can learn, participate in the project and gain skills.  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. More information is available on applying for grant on the grant page or by clicking this. 

This year,(Year 2) the scheme is focusing on buildings within the central High Street area.  Applications are scored on a variety of criteria including grant type, listed status, location, community value and scope of repairs.  For further information on how grant applications are processed please contact our team. Please visit the download page for the grant process and application form or click HERE.

Key

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

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