Grants and Funding
Details below are for grants administered by the National Park Authority. Please see our external funding page for links to other grant providers in the area.
Defra’s Farming in Protected Landscapes programme will be accepting applications from 1st July 2021. On Exmoor we will be delivering the programme.
The fund seeks to invest in good ideas and projects that will help achieve National Park purposes. The fund is primarily open to communities, voluntary organisations, and partnership approaches.
There is a range of support available for farmers and land managers working within the National Park including support for moorland owners, agriculture and forestry.
If planning permission is required for a community led project contributing to National Park purposes it may be eligible for reimbursement of the planning fee.
Payments may be available retrospectively for new renewable energy and heating installations from central government through the Feed in Tariff and Renewable Heat Incentive schemes.
Carbon Neutral Fund
Community based projects might be able to benefit from the Exmoor Trust's Carbon Neutral Exmoor Fund. Funding will be offered to communities on the basis that the upfront costs of installing systems will be paid (in whole or in part), and any Feed-in-Tariff or Renewable Heat Incentive payments will be assigned to the Exmoor Trust until the funding has been repaid, or until ten years have elapsed from the date that FIT/RHI payments are first made – whichever comes soonest.
A variety of organisations locally, regionally and nationally provide funding for a range of initiatives. Details of relevant opportunities and links to partner organisations can be found here.
- Health and Wellbeing
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- The Lynmouth Pavilion Project
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- Brendon Commons Council
- Headwaters of the Exe Project
- Eat Exmoor