Grant funding for community projects in Cheviot
If you are a non-profitmaking voluntary or community group based in the Scottish Borders, we can help you to apply for grant funding to fund your community project. Find out more about the types of funding available in the Scottish Borders.
Funding streams already benefiting Cheviot communities:
- Neighbourhood Support Fund
- Build Back A Better Borders Recovery Fund
- Village hall funding
- Community Enhancement Trust
- Local Festival Grants
- Community Council support Grant
- ClubSport Borders
The Scottish Borders Strategic Assessment provides an evidence base to enable all Community Planning Partners, including area partnerships, to confirm their priorities to help make the Scottish Borders a better place to work, live and visit.
The Cheviot Strategic Assessment is a downloadable Strategic Assessment of the Cheviot locality.
Area profiles provide a useful range of data and analysis for the Scottish Borders.
They can be for the whole region, a locality, an Electoral Ward, a Community Council area, a town or any neighbourhood of more than 500 people.
If you are looking for more demographic or socio-economic information, contact the Research and Information Team and ask for an area profile for your area.
You can download the Cheviot Land And Property Register which is a list of all the properties and assets belonging to usil in the Cheviot area.
Information for business support
We produce a monthly Economic Bulletin for business advice and support service. This contains the latest unemployment rates by Electoral Ward and the month's economic news.
The Scottish Borders Town Centre Matrix pulls together a range of measures concerning the general performance of selected Scottish Borders towns.
We also conduct a variety of other Planning Research, such as retail surveys and town centre footfall, to inform its Local Plans.
If you would like to find out about local events or hire a venue in your locality, visit the Live Borders website.