Community-owned building case studies

Learn more about Climate Challenge Fund projects involving the energy efficient refurbishment of community-owned buildings through our downloadable case studies.

The Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) has supported 151 projects to carry out energy efficient refurbishments of community-owned buildings, reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions.

You can view and download case studies of CCF projects involving energy efficient refurbishment of community owned buildings below.

Gargunnock Commmunity Centre, Stirlingshire. Gargunnock Community Trust installed energy efficient measures at Gargunnock Commmunity Centre. The project also promoted energy efficiency and raised awareness of climate change in the local community.

Gartmore Village Hall, Stirlingshire. Gartmore Community Trust installed energy efficient measures at Gartmore Village Hall, providing a more sustainable community hub capable of supporting an increased number of activities and services locally.

EMPOWERING St Michael’s and Linlithgow project.  Replaced inefficient lighting in the ‘Grade A’ listed building with modern LED technology. The LED lighting will substantially reduce electricity consumption and carbon emissions and has inspired the community to take similar action at home.

St Ninians Old Parish Chuch Hall, Stirling. Installed energy efficient measures and promoted energy efficiency advice in the community.