The King Street Funding Initiative is a proactive project which involves external repairs, conservation and enhancement work to several buildings to aid the economic regeneration of Stirling’s historic town centre. This major investment builds on previous work carried out under the Façade Enhancement Scheme which invested in the conservation and repair of six shopfronts in King Street.
King Street is recognised as an important street in the history of Stirling. During the 19th century it became the main commercial street with banks and respected local businesses located here. The streetscape reflects this legacy with ornately carved stonework and a number of interesting shopfronts, some of which were formerly banks. The majority of the buildings in the street are listed and the street is within the Stirling Town Conservation Area.
Grants for properties in King Street
If your building is situated in King Street and needs external fabric repair then you may be eligible for grant funding. For more information and to discuss your project please contact the Trust on 01786 498462 or email . Eligible projects will be advised of the application process and will be supported to make an application by the grant deadline of 31st January 2017.