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Scottish Borders Council today have announced a Shopfront Improvement Scheme

Fantasy Prints can design, manufacturer and install your new shop signage and Scottish Borders Council will help towards the costs. We can visit your at your premises, discuss your requirements, produce visual mockups to show how your new shop signage will look. We will manufacturer all within the Scottish Borders. Install when it is convenient for you. We can provide all types of signage solutions for all budgets. Contact us today and we will help you through the process. Scottish Borders shop frontage scheme can help you present a new modern look to your shop to your customers. With financial help towards the costs from Scottish Borders Council there isn’t a better time to look at your shop frontage and see if Fantasy Prints can help you. Scottish Borders shop fronts are being improved to help keep customers in the Borders without them looking to the cities or online.

Scottish Borders Shop Frontage Grant Scheme is available to help you!
Their press release below.

This type of scheme has proved successful in a number of our towns previously and that’s why we have worked alongside key community organisations to develop new schemes to launch this year. We have allocated funding to Eyemouth, Jedburgh, Hawick, Galashiels and Selkirk as these have been identified as priority towns for regeneration activity and we are delighted that community groups in each town have come on board to help direct the funding to the areas of most need and to manage the schemes. Businesses and residents often tell me that that the appearance of a town is vital to help a town thrive and be an attractive place to shop, visit or do business. Often a bucket of paint and minor works can have a huge impact so I’m glad these schemes will deliver just that as well as adding some extra private investment in our townscapes too. I really welcome that it is a range of local groups, at the heart of their communities, that will be helping the Council deliver these projects. Up to 128 shops and properties could be improved as a result, and alongside a range of other projects, such as the Conservation Area Regeneration Schemes in Jedburgh and Hawick and investment in Eyemouth, Selkirk and Galashiels town centres, we will see a real, visible difference on our high streets.

Further Information

Before/after images of properties improved through previous schemes in Kelso and Galashiels are available from our Flickr page.

We will soon be running a shopfront improvement grants scheme.


In which towns will shopfront improvement grants be available?

  • Hawick
  • Galashiels
  • Eyemouth
  • Jedburgh
  • Selkirk

These are the our dedicated regeneration priority towns. The scheme will not be available outwith these locations.

Who will be able apply for a shopfront improvement grant?

The schemes will be targeted at improving properties based within town centres. Funding will be limited and it is envisaged that it will be targeted at empty properties and/or those with a current/potentialbusiness use (not residential).

When will it be possible to apply for a grant?

we are working with local and business communities to promote, develop, and deliver appropriate schemes. It is intended that these schemes will be open to applications in the next few weeks.

A Selection of Retails Signs we have done

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