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Major regeneration projects

A number of major projects are being delivered across the region to help support the local economy.

  • Lockerbie Regeneration
    The Lockerbie Master plan sets out a long term vision for the town and includes a delivery plan which identifies 16 projects. The plan was commissioned by Dumfries and Galloway Council and was produced following community engagement events. The Lockerbie Master plan sits alongside similar plans for Gretna and Annan.
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  • Annan Regeneration Steering Group
    The Annan Regeneration Steering Group has been set up to help economic development in Annan. There are a range of members, from Community groups and local businesses to local Councillors supported by Council Officers.
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  • Dumfries Regeneration
    Information on the projects and funds which are aiming to help boost the economy and wellbeing of Dumfries.
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  • Gretna Green and Springfield improvement works
    Work is underway on a programme of improvement works designed to transform parts of Gretna Green and Springfield.
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  • Stranraer and Loch Ryan Regeneration
    Stranraer is in a period of change. The relocation of the Stena Ferry operations has meant the loss of some traditional activities but has opened up important opportunities.
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  • Corridor Regeneration Strategy Group (CoReS)
    The aim of the Corridor Regeneration Strategy Group (CoRES) 2013 is to promote and maximise the strategic economic development potential of the M74 corridor and the wider Annandale and Eskdale area of Dumfries and Galloway.
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  • European Fisheries Fund
    The recent allocation of £1.1million of joint European Fisheries Funding Axis 4 and Dumfries and Galloway Council Funding recognises the importance of fishing communities along the Dumfries and Galloway coastline.
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