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Coastal Action Zone

The Coastal Action Zone Local Action Group has been awarded LEADER funding, from the Rural Development Programme for England 2014-2020, to distribute across the Coastal area of East Lindsey.

The funding can be accessed by local businesses, farmers, foresters and those involved in tourism, heritage and community initiatives.

Grants are available to support activities that will make a contribution to growing the rural economy, such as creating new jobs, growing businesses, increasing tourism and heritage visitors or providing new services in rural areas.  Download our Local Development Strategy to find out more about our funding priorities. 

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    Increase farm productivity

    These grants will support a wide range of farm investments. They are particularly for businesses that want to invest in innovative business practices and new technologies to help them become more sustainable and productive.

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    Micro and small businesses and farm diversification

    These are projects (for example, contracting services) that will create jobs and growth in the rural economy.

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    Rural tourism

    Who can apply:New or existing micro or small businesses (this includes farm businesses diversifying into tourism activities);A community group that wants to invest in small-scale infrastructure to support and develop tourism; (Small-scale infrastructure for tourism covers a range of physical investments, such as small buildings for tourist information centres, visitor centres, shelters and signage along trails, and interpretations boards. It will ...

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    Provide rural services

    Projects should make a contribution to growing the local economy. They could include, the development of community buildings, public spaces, or cultural or tourism amenities.

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    Culture and Heritage

    They will create a sense of local identity through raised awareness of their importance; and/or helps protect cultural heritage features against damage and degradation.

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    Support for increasing forestry productivity

    More than 80% of England’s woods are privately owned. Funding under LEADER will aim to deliver permanent new supply chains and jobs that, at the same time, restore regular management to local woods and encourage a greater degree of added value to the timber output.

How to apply

1) Check if your project is located in the Coastal Action Zone (open map)

2) Download and read the Applicant Handbook

3) Check the application submission dates

4) Complete an Outline Application Form (see guidance notes)

5) Submit to

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Last updated: 14 June 2016

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