Argyll and Bute Council has agreed to an ambitious and forward-looking programme to assist regeneration and economic development in five of it’s waterfront towns - Campbeltown, Helensburgh, Oban, Rothesay and Dunoon. In November 2008, the Council unanimously agreed to allocate more than £30 million to the programme, since named ‘CHORD’.
The multi-million pound initiative will see major improvements to the town centres and waterfronts of all five towns.
Campbeltown (£6.5 million)
Helensburgh (£6.66 million)
Oban (£6.9 million)
Rothesay (£2.4 million)
Dunoon (£8.3 million)
Chord Programme Manager - Helen Ford
Phone - 01436 658 839
Email - email@example.com
|Planning application for Campbeltown berthing facility submitted||
A planning application is being submitted to extend and improve the existing berthing facility in Campbeltown. See our press release for further information.
|Rothesay THI update April 2013||
Saturday 14th April saw Rothesay town centre filled with Victorian characters as part of the Celebrate Rothesay Heritage Town Trail. Beginning at 7 Castle Street, participants were invited to learn about buildings, people and places within the THI area, meeting and talking to the town's Victorian residents as they went.
Special events took place at Guildford Square to finish off an exciting week of learning all about the Victorian way of life with Achievement Bute and Brandanii Archaeology and Heritage.
|Rothesay THI update March 2013||
Two training events were held in March
A workshop aimed at local business owners to help create a positive image for their trading environment, focusing on external presentation, signage, interior layout, lighting, merchandising and customer service.
A number of local shops participated in the event and benefitted from one-to-one follow up visits. A report on each shop was provided with recommendations on how to improve their shop displays.
A two-day seminar aimed at built heritage professionals and contractors. A number of topics were covered including: traditional building materials, conservation principles, traditional building technology and survey techniques. There were 11 attendees on each day.