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The LEADER programme will be delivered across Scotland by
Local Action Groups. There are 20 LEADER areas in Scotland
and each of these has a Local Action Group (LAG).


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All the documentation can be found in this section, including:
Kelvin Valley Business Plan
LEADER Application Guidance / Enquiry Form


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LEADER grant funds locally are currently fully committed, and new budget will be available from 2015 onwards. Project support and administration arrangements will be changing, with a new partnership Kelvin Valley and Falkirk LEADER managing the fund for your area. Further details will be published when applications are first called, probably in early 2015. The new partnership will spend the forthcoming months drafting a community-led Local Delivery Strategy for their 2015-2020 LEADER programme. You will have the opportunity to contribute to this strategy through locally-held events – further details will be publicised in the next few months.

Interim contacts for LEADER still sit within each of the three partner Councils

FALKIRK
David Tollick - Policy Officer : Falkirk Council : david.tollick@falkirk.gov.uk 01324 506065
Corporate Policy and Community Planning, Municipal Buildings, West Bridge Street, Falkirk, FK1 5RS

NORTH LANARKSHIRE
David Greer - Development & Funding Officer : North Lanarkshire Council : GreerD@northlan.gov.uk 01236 632856
Planning & Regeneration, Regeneration & Environmental Services, 5th Floor Fleming House, Tryst Road, Cumbernauld, G67 1JW

EAST DUNBARTONSHIRE
Suzanne Bruce – Development Officer - Resource Generation - East Dunbartonshire Council : suzanne.bruce@eastdunbarton.gov.uk 0141 578 8625
East Dunbartonshire Council, Broomhill Industrial Estate, Kilsyth Road, Kirkintilloch, G66 1TF


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