Grant Scheme: Sustainable decarbonisation of the Eryri National Park’s Conservation Areas (Public, Community and Commercial Properties / Buildings)
Grants are now available to assist with the energy efficiency improvement and / or thermal upgrading of public, community and commercial properties within the National Park’s designated Conservation Areas , such as Churches / Chapels, Community Halls, Libraries, Community Pubs, and Village Shops. This definition may also be extended to include local buildings / properties supporting the local community where the building has been identified within the draft Conservation Area Appraisals as a building of local importance to the Area. Private residential buildings are not eligible for this grant.
Only PUBLIC, COMMUNITY AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES / BUILDINGS within / immediately adjacent to the boundary of the designated Conservation Areas and the draft Appraisals are eligible for grant assistance. The grants are administered by the Snowdonia National Park Authority and are funded by the Welsh Government’s Sustainable Landscapes, Sustainable Places fund.
Please see the ‘Terms and Conditions’ document for further information regarding eligibility and requirements to submitting a successful bid.
The deadline for submitting the ‘Expression of Interest’ form is 12pm on Monday, 6th February, 2023,
or, in an anonymous, sealed envelope, addressed to:
The Historic Environment Planning Officer
Eryri National Park,
National Park Offices,
bearing the title: Confidential: Tender / Conservation Areas Project Grant Scheme
Every submission must reach the SNPA Headquarters by the deadline.
The successful ‘Expression of Interest’ proposal with then be invited by the Authority to a submit a formal proposal, submitting the full application and required documents.
The deadline for tender submissions to reach the SNPA headquarters for this second stage is 12pm Friday 3rd March 2023.