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The Lochluichart Community Trust (LCT) was established in 2014 as a not for profit community company to administer the community benefit fund, provided by Eneco, associated with the Lochluichart Wind Farm. The current annual fund received is £176,802 per year, based on £2,750 per megawatt of installed capacity, including the recent extension to the windfarm. The fund is distributed to projects and initiatives within the Garve and District Community Council area, with particular emphasis on local regeneration and community development. In future, other renewable energy operators may choose to channel available funding through a partnership with the LCT.

The fund opened for applications for the first time in Summer 2014 and a wide variety of projects have been supported, details of which are on the “Previous applications” page. If you wish to apply for a grant the details and application forms can be found on the “Application Information and Forms” page.


LCT’s Mission and Objectives

The objective of LCT is the charitable objective of the advancement of citizenship or community development within the Garve and District Community Council area.

LCT is governed by the Community Benefit Agreement and the Articles of Association which includes the objective of LCT. Links to the governing documents are provided below:

140203 Revised Community Benefit Agreement

280616 Lochluichart Community Trust Articles





Lochluichart Community Trust          Registered in Scotland- Company No: SC409591
Registered office: c/o George Street Law, 4 George Street, Dingwall, IV15 9SA
(Registered charity number SC044939).