Edintore Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund

The Community Fund for the Edintore Wind Farm launched in January 2017, after the commissioning of the wind farm. Each year over the coming years, £70,500 will be available to the local community, with priority given to groups operating in the primary area of benefit (see map) or projects benefiting people in that area. The developer, Edintore Wind Farm Ltd provides the community benefit fund, REAP administers the fund and a panel of local representatives will assess grant applications and allocate the funds.

The next closing date for applications is Friday 15th March 2019.
The Decision Making meeting is held 5-6 weeks after the deadline.

The panel expect to meet twice yearly, and applications can be accepted at any time of year at the REAP office. Support will be available to help you complete your application if needed. Decision Making meetings take place between 4-6 weeks after the application deadline and all applicants will be informed by email if their application has been successful or unsuccessful.

To be eligible for  Edintore Wind Farm Community Grant Scheme groups or organisations must:

  • be properly constituted
  • have a bank account in the organisation’s name with at least 2 unrelated signatories
  • meet at least one of the fund criteria – to provide social or environmental benefit or a benefit beyond the 25-year lifespan of the fund

Application guidance notes are available here (Word document) and here (pdf) and you can download a step-by-step guide to the application process here.

Our top tips for completing a funding application are available here.

For applications of up to £1,000 (i.e. £999.99) you can download the small grants application form here (Word document) and here (pdf).

For applications of £1,000 or more you can download the standard grants application form here (Word document) and here (pdf).

Paper copies are available on request. For more information, please email info@reapscotland.org.uk or call the office on 01542 888070. You can also find more information about the wind farm and community benefit here.

Minutes of previous Decision Making Panel meetings are available on the Downloads page