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.
Note 1) The Articles of Association state: Constraints on Payments to Members & Directors – (in summary – no member of the trust should benefit personally)
Kirkcowan Community Development Trust listed Information on Companies House
KCDT is a Company Limited by Guarantee – registered in Scotland No SC497287
We were asked in the AGM Trust members notification letter to “Accept the Annual Accounts to 31 July 2019” and helpfully included was a printed copy of the accounts as posted on Companies House on 16th June 2020.
The Trustees have conducted their own review of major risks to the Company and have implemented systems to mitigate these
Observations on the KCDT funding by Charles McEwan Community Councillor As you know your new community council has been raising questions on your behalf about the windfarm money and it has been like pulling out teeth because the Trust are…
Draft Minutes – Kirkcowan Community Council held on Monday 16th December 2019 – At 19:00 hrs in the Lesser St Couan’s Hall.