A community art group has been awarded more than £250,000 to help it purchase a new home in the heart of an Aberdeenshire town.
Scottish Land Fund
The island of Raasay has received a welcome boost to its housing stock after a substantial sum was granted by the Scottish Land Fund to help secure two acres of land to build affordable homes.
A mothballed bank building in Huntly is to be transformed into a new business centre.
Progress is being made with a community effort to inject fresh life into one of the last working examples of a corn mill in the north Highlands.
Islanders in Orkney have been given £260,000 to purchase more than 1,700 acres of peatland and pasture on their isle.
The Argyll islands of Mull and Kerrera will get a £475,740 share from Scottish Land Fund’s latest £770,255 pot.
Funding is being sought to secure the future of a historic corn mill near John O’Groats.
A community project in the Highlands has been awarded over £200,000 to preserve the only patch of deciduous woodland left in the area.
A community's plans to buy out a Highland estate took a major step forward yesterday after securing a £273,025 Scottish Government grant.
Enterprising community groups are branching out, thanks to a new round of Scottish Land Fund grants.
An Aberdeenshire group has been given a £14,000 boost to continue improving a community forest.
Two Argyll organisations have been awarded a total of £1.5million to buy more than 3,000 acres of woodland for their local communities.
A Moray community has been awarded more than half a million pounds to help it realise its dreams of self-ownership.
A remote west Highland community has been awarded more than £50,000 to buy almost 20 acres of local woodland from Forestry Commission Scotland.
An entire north forest has been bought by a community group thanks to a major chunk of funding from the Scottish Land Fund of £519,000.
Residents in Lewis have been given a £207,500 grant towards their community buyout of the Carloway Estate.