About

Maybole Town Centre Regeneration

The Beginnings of Maybole Regeneration Project

Many local people have volunteered their time and worked tirelessly to make this project happen, some working over many years to bring investment to the town. A major catalyst was confirmation that the A77 Bypass would be delivered.

Aims

Working with the local community, the Maybole Regeneration Project seeks to create an even better town with restored historic buildings, a greater sense of place and civic pride, a strong local economy  and a thriving town centre that will better serve the local community, businesses and, visitors.

Who We Are

The Maybole Regeneration Project is a unique partnership between Maybole Community Council and South Ayrshire Council. The project is focused on delivering five projects which will make the town an even better place to live, work, visit and do business.

Project Board

The project is overseen by a project board comprised of the Community Council, Cassillis Estate, community representatives and South Ayrshire Council. The Board oversees the project providing overall direction, making sure the project achieves its aims, and is managed effectively.

Project Team

Duncan Clelland

Project Lead

Leads the project team and has overall responsibility to deliver the project on time and to budget. Duncan’s experience spans project management, capital works projects, housing and community development.

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Corene McCrindle

Assistant Project Officer

This role supports the Project Lead in managing the project and will be working with owners in the project area (link to project map) to help improve the buildings in the centre of Maybole.

Activities and Regeneration Officer

Our Activities and Regeneration Officer will deliver a wide ranging activities programme which looks to make sure the local community gain the maximum benefit over the four years of the project. See the Project page for more information on what activities are planned during the project.

Harriet Wilson

Administrative Officer

Our Administrative Officer will, for many,  be the first point of contact for those seeking more information on the project and will manage the administration of the office.

Who Funds Us

The Maybole Regeneration Project would not be possible without the generous support and commitment from our funders. We are grateful for the funding, support, advice, and guidance provided by the following agencies:

Historic Environment Scotland

Historic Enviornment Scotland (HES) is Scotland’s national public body set up to investigate, care for and promote Scotland rich historic environment. HES has generously committed to £1.37m  to Maybole Regeneration Project to improve the town centre’s historic built environment and develop a training and activities programme so many in Maybole and the surrounding communities can benefit from the town centre’s regeneration

 

 

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Heritage Lottery Fund

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) is the largest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK, funded by National Lottery players. NHLF has generously committed £1.32m  to the Maybole Regeneration Project to improve the historic build environment and transform the High St public realm so the centre becomes an even more attractive place to visit and shop.

 

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Sustrans

Sustrans is the charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle creating healthier places and people.

Sustrans has generously committed up to £950,000 to fund the transformation of the High Street developing Active Travel routes in the centre and between key travel points into the centre.

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South Ayrshire Council

South Ayrshire Council (SAC) is committed to improving the lives of residents and communities in South Ayrshire. Working with Maybole Community Council and the Project Board SAC is managing the delivery of the project. SAC has committed £1.3 million to the project.

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Scottish Government

South Ayrshire Council was successful in obtaining the generous support from the Scottish Government, through its Regional Capital Grants Fund on two rounds. Round 7 (2020/21) provided for £380,000 to invest in the Town Hall and the Charity Shop and Round 8 (Jan 2021) Scottish Government committed an additional £729,000 to Maybole’s Regeneration to bring Maybole Castle back into use.

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North Carrick Community Benefit Company

NCCBC is the company set up to administer grant funding from renewable energy sources and any other source in North Carrick that fits with the company and its charitable status. NCCBC is generously supporting the project through £125,000 over the duration of the project.

 

 

 

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