Chair, Charles McEwan, opened the meeting and stated that he had informed the committee on 2nd February of his intention to resign as Chair and as a Community Councillor as of 22nd February.
Phased work is getting underway to improve existing footpaths around the village and create some new ones, funded by Kirkcowan Community Development Trust as part of the Community Action Plan.
Kirkcowan Community Development Trust listed Information on Companies House
KCDT is a Company Limited by Guarantee – registered in Scotland No SC497287
The Following Accounts were posted on Companies House on Monday 25th October
The Annual General Meeting will be held in the Village Hall at 7.30pm. After our first in-person meeting last month, we will be getting together again in the village hall, observing the following Covid 19 precautions, which we ask all…
The Kilgallioch Windfarm Community Benefit Fund supports projects benefitting communities in Wigtownshire (Dumfries and Galloway) and South Carrick (South Ayrshire). The fund comes from annual payments from Kilgallioch Windfarm which is owned and operated by ScottishPower Renewables (SPR). Approximately £1.2 million is available each year for…
Kilgallioch Community Benefit Company ltd (who pays out money to KCDT) is currently going through its 5-year review and Andrew & Charlie gave an update on how this would work out.
From old CC meeting minutes we have been able to create an approximation of wind farm monies spent to date, and observe that the Church of Scotland (in itself a fairly wealthy organisation) has been the beneficiary of a couple of grants approved by the community council
Regular readers will have noted a flurry of activity recently from the Trust committee – the publishing some partial information on their web site to the ‘holding’ of an Annual General Meeting (by mail) in order to meet the legal requirements of a limited company.