Dunfermline CARS (2007 – 2012)
The Trust was responsible on behalf of Fife Council for mentoring the delivery of the Historic Scotland funded CARS project in Dunfermline Town Centre. This £2.8m Fife Council scheme achieved:
- Major grant awards to four priority buildings – inc. support for the landmark re-harling of Pittencrieff House Museum.
- 10 shop front grants to historic retail premises – targeting key blight buildings in the High Street and celebrating Dunfermline’s retail heritage.
- 15 small building repair grants to private building owners
- Support for two masonry apprentices
- Major improvement works to closes and wynds, enhancing this key feature of the Dunfermline Conservation Area.
- Development of guidance notes for public and professionals, backed up by training and awareness-raising activities – inc. demonstrations of traditional skills from the Scottish Lime Centre Trust at the annual Dunfermline Bruce Festival.
- Buildings Scotland exhibition at Dunfermline Carnegie Library
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