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The National Park Authority administers Sustainable Development Fund grants in Pembrokeshire. To read summary details of the projects supported by the fund, choose a project title from the list below.


 

Cardigan Community Regeneration Options Appraisal Study

4CG, a community enterprise company, secured SDF support to undertake a feasibility study and fully business planned options appraisal exercise to determine how they can best deliver commercially viable sustainable development of Cardigan and the surrounding areas. Their over-riding intention is to support and future proof the local economy, by provision of the most appropriate facilities to support local businesses and producers and to retain finances and resources locally. Through community share offers and loan facilities they have purchased three sites in Cardigan which will be developed for the benefit of the local economy. The proposed study will look at all aspects of these sites to determine costed and commercially viable options from which one will be chosen as the optimal form of development. An important part of the study will also be community consultation, as it is hoped that the preferred development option will become a new ‘heart’ for Cardigan and surrounding communities. It will be an exemplar, fully commercially viable model of community based sustainable development of benefit to other communities who seek the same future for their local area.

Project Total Cost: £42,332.00

Grant Awarded: £10,000.00

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