The Scottish Rural Development Programme 2014 - 2020


The Scottish Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 delivers Pillar 2 of the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).  It funds economic, environmental and social measures for the benefit of rural Scotland.  The key purpose of the SRDP 2014-2020 is to help achieve sustainable economic growth in Scotland's rural areas and the priorities remain broadly the same as the previous programme:

The main priorities are:

  • Enhancing the rural economy
  • Supporting agricultural and forestry businesses
  • Protecting and improving the natural environment
  • Addressing the impact of climate change
  • Supporting rural communities

After extensive negotiations the SRDP 2014-2020 was formally approved by the European Commission on the 26th May 2015.


For further information on The Scottish Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 please email Dr Ben Lennon or phone 01463 235753 or 07717 227 682

THREE DEVELOPMENT SITES,

NEAR STRATHPEFFER


An excellent and rare opportunity to purchase three residential development sites extending up to approximately 0.25 acres each, ideally situated between Dingwall and the historic spa town of Strathpeffer. Each plot has the benefit of Planning Permission in Principle for the erection of a detached residential dwelling (Ref: 15/02580/PIP).

Offers are invited in the region of £80,000 per plot or £240,000 for the whole.

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