Campbeltown Townscape Heritage Initiative
What's happening in Campbeltown?
The Campbeltown Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI) is a heritage led regeneration project going on in Campbeltown right now, it is part of Argyll and Bute Council’s CHORD project.
There is no THI grant funding available at this point. All remaining funding has been ring fenced for key and target buildings including the Town Hall and 50-52 Main Street / 2 Cross Street. For further information, please contact James Lafferty.
Campbeltown THI blog – our blog is now live, giving you updates on the projects that are going on at the moment. If you would like to receive these updates sent to you as an RSS feed to your mobile or email, you can subscribe to this by clicking on the orange icon on the blog page.
Project Progress – on these pages you can find out what’s been happening in the project so far, and what’s planned. You can find out more details about each of the restoration projects, and have a look at the photo galleries to see how work has been progressing
Events and Training – as part of the project, we are running a programme of public events and training for the local community. You can find out more details about what’s coming up and what’s happened so far on the events and training page.
Target area – Campbeltown has a designated Conservation area, and part of this area has been targeted in the THI project. You can find out more about the Conservation , and the target area for the project here.
Statistics - get the latest statistics on the number of grants applied for, the amount of money spent so far, and more on our statistics page.
The Campbeltown Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI) commenced in 2009 and is part funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Argyll and Bute Council and Argyll and the Islands LEADER. The THI also incorporates the Historic Scotland funded Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS).
The main aim is to provide a sustainable economic future for Campbeltown’s historic town centre that recognises the value of its built heritage whilst making it a better place to live, work and visit.