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Scottish Crown Estate revenue

Tayport Harbour was one recipient of Crown Estate funds distributed by Fife Council.
Tayport Harbour was one recipient of Crown Estate funds distributed by Fife Council.

The revenue generated by our work is paid to the Scottish Government, which then allocates a portion of the funds to Councils across Scotland to support projects in their areas.

Below, organised by council area, you can find details of some of the projects which have benefited from these funds.

Aberdeen City Council has supported projects including:

  • The Greyhope Bay project, which aims to build a world-class Dolphin viewing centre at the Torry Battery. It was awarded £4,500.
  • Clean Up Aberdeen, part of Keep Scotland Beautiful's Clean Up Scotland campaign, which organises litter picks and raises awareness of our litter problem nationally. It was awarded £2,000.
  • Drainage improvements to Seton Park, organised by Friends of Seton Park, which works in partnership with the Council to ensure the park is a rewarding space for everyone to visit. It was awarded £3,500.

Aberdeenshire Council has supported projects including:

Angus Council has supported projects including:

  • Work to address coastal erosion at Montrose. It was awarded £80,950.46.

Argyll and Bute Council has supported projects including:

 

 

Dumfries and Galloway Council has supported projects including:

East Lothian Council has supported projects including:

City of Edinburgh Council has supported projects including:

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has supported projects including:

  • Infrastructure works across each of its wards. A total of £805,622 was awarded.
  • Community projects across each of its wards. A total of £413,878 was awarded.

Falkirk Council has supported projects including:

  • Support of local communities through the COVID19 crisis. It was awarded £1,442.66.

Fife Council has supported projects including:

Highland Council has supported projects including:

  • Allocation of funds economic recovery and community resilience projects, in light of the COVID-19 crisis. A total of £1,292,405.46 will be committed.

Inverclyde Council has supported projects including:

  • Coastal footpaths and marine heritage work. It was awarded £3,476.20.

Moray Council has supported projects including:

North Ayrshire Council has supported projects including:

Orkney Islands Council has supported projects including:

  • Support grants for local businesses affected by COVID-19. A total of £595,693 has been awarded.
  • Beach cleaning work. It was awarded £35,000.

Perth and Kinross Council has supported projects including:

  • Work to replace access steps to Moncrieffe Island within the tidal range of the River Tay. It was awarded £1,565.81.

Scottish Borders Council has supported projects including:

  • Employment of a full time Coastal Communities Development Officer to deliver the Visit Berwickshire Coast Marketing Plan. A total of £57,312.45 was awarded.

Shetland Islands Council has supported projects including:

  • A pilot grant scheme, which seeks to support the development of communities by investing in infrastructure, community capacity building, and developing community assets and encouraging inclusive growth. A total of £1,008,679.18 will be committed.

South Ayrshire Council has supported projects including:

  • Financial support to companies during the COVID-19 crisis. A total of £79,468.00 has been awarded.