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Town and Village Business Spruce Up Scheme

This scheme has now closed. 

This scheme offers a discretionary grant for property owners/tenants, located within boundaries of the following towns and villages located in Mid Ulster District Council Area:-

Towns: 
Coalisland, Cookstown, Dungannon, Maghera and Magherafelt.
 
Village Settlements: 
Aghaginduff/Cabragh, Annaghmore, Ardboe, Augher, Aughnacloy Ballinderry, Ballygawley, Ballylifford, Ballynakilly, Ballyronan, Bellaghy, Benburb, Brockagh/Mountjoy, Caledon, Cappagh, Castledawson, Castlecaulfield, Churchtown, Clady, Clogher, Coagh, Creagh, Desertmartin, Donaghmore, Draperstown, Drummullan, Edendork, Eglish, Fivemiletown, Galbally, Granville, Gulladuff, Killyman, Moneymore, Moortown, Moy, Moygashel, Newmills, Orritor, Pomeroy, Sandholes, Stewartstown, Swatragh, Tamnamore, The Bush, The Loup, The Rock, Tobermore and Upperlands.
 
The discretionary grant will offer up to 75% of eligible costs, capped at £5,000 per property for minor external and/or internal improvements and repairs.

Please note that the inclusion of a building within the scheme boundaries does not give automatic entitlement to a grant as this is a competitive process and limited funds are available.

To be eligible to apply, property owners/tenants should be:
  • Located within the boundaries of one of the above named towns or villages
  • A commercial property including:
  • Shops (hairdressers, beauty salons, dry cleaners, clothing retailer, etc)
  • Financial and professional services (estate agents, insurance companies etc)
  • Restaurants, public houses, cafes and food takeaways
  • A vacant commercial premises.

Applications for the scheme closed at 4pm on Wednesday 18 September 2019.

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