Funding for the Killin Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (Killin CARS) has now been fully allocated.
The £125,000 grant scheme was funded by the National Park Authority and Historic Scotland and ran from March 2007, until March 2012.
What has the Scheme Delivered?
The scheme has delivered projects with a total value of £320,072.50. The contribution from the Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme was £123,720.50.
The remainder of funding came from private owners, Stirling Council, the National Trust for Scotland and the British Geological Survey.
£1279.50 was spent on administration costs.
- Breadalbane Centre Waterwheel
- St Fillan's Church
- Dochart Bridge
- 1 Dochart Road
- Lynedoch Main Street
- 10 Dreadnought Place
- 5 Dreadnought Place
- Pink Cottage, Main Street
- Fassiefern, Main Street
- Masonic Hall, Manse Road
- Lochleven, Main Street
- British Geological Survey: The Building Stones and Slates of Killin
- PhotoArch Competition
- Heritage Trail
Download the Killin Conservation Area Appraisal