Traditional Building Repair Grant

Grants deadline – 4 December 2020

Our current grant funding period (2018-2021) is coming to an end. To ensure our funding is committed and spent by March 2021 we’re setting a deadline for grant applications of 4 December 2020.  Get your application forms in by that time to Rachael Purse,

There will be a new pot of grant funding in 2021 and we will keep you up to date with when this is likely to be available.

Traditional Building Repair Grant

Grants are available for traditional properties within the Stirling City boundary which are members of the Traditional Buildings Health Check.

This is a Small Grant scheme designed to assist with priority external fabric repairs identified in your TBHC Inspection Report. The grant will be set at 50% of eligible works up to a maximum grant per building per year of £5,000. So, for example, on a building in shared ownership, that is £5,000 in total for any common repairs which would be divided between TBHC members.  In addition, for those in multiple ownership properties, as individual owners you can apply for a further grant for repairs that are solely your own responsibility e.g. window repairs. The grants run on a rolling programme and you can apply at any time. Funding is finite and grants are offered on a first come, first served basis.

There is also a Large Grant.  This grant will be for those buildings most in need of repair and where that repair will have wider economic benefits. Criteria will be set for this grant with buildings identified through the inspection process. Eligibility is scored according to how well your application meet our funding outcomes.

 If you’d like more information about the grants please contact the Trust office on 01786 498462 or email  

If you would like information about how to become a TBHC member please call Steve on 01786 498463 or email  

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