Conservation area homeowners could receive £12.5k to replace windows from Moray Council
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HOMEOWNERS in Moray’s conservation areas have been encouraged to apply for a grant to repair or reinstate their traditional windows.
Moray Council’s Windows Grant Scheme Fund offers up to £12,500 per property.
Those interested have been asked to submit a domestic development enquiry by November 24, 2023.
Planning permission will need to be obtained before an application can be submitted to the grant funding scheme.
Councillor David Gordon (Conservative, Speyside Glenlivet), chairman of Moray Council’s planning and regulatory services committee, said: “Preserving the heritage of our conservation areas helps to keep Moray’s architecture and historic buildings special.
“I’d encourage those living in Moray’s conservation areas to consider applying for financial support under this scheme.
“Not only will replacement or repaired windows help to reduce the carbon emissions of a home, they can save households money on their energy bills.”
Applications must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 23, 2024 to be considered.