The Scottish Government recently launched the Â£2 million Islands Green Recovery Programme/PrÃ²gram Ath-ShlÃ nachaidh Uaine nan Eilean (IGRP).
The Â£230 million â€˜Restart the Economyâ€™ capital stimulus package was announced by the Cabinet Secretary for Finance on 16 June 2020. The package was launched to help stimulate Scotlandâ€™s economy in light of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The initiative covers construction, low carbon projects, digitisation and business support and will provide a flow of work for businesses and support jobs. It is funded by the reallocation of underspends from schemes interrupted by COVID-19.
This publication sets out a summary of the Islands Green recovery Programme.
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