The small but successful community of Fair Isle are taking steps to ensure a sustainable future for its residents and visitors.
Lochcarron Community Development Company was established to help revitalise the community to ensure its long term economic, social, cultural and environmental sustainability.
Tomintoul & Glenlivet Development Trust was established in 2012 to take forward the opportunities identified by the area's Regeneration Strategy.
Highland BlindCraft is a social enterprise which aims to balance sustainability with purpose.
The implementation of the Connected Communities Broadband Network in the Western Isles has been transformational for nearly 2,000 business and residential subscribers.
Helmsdale & District Development Trust are delivering new affordable housing for its community.
Papay Development Trust has produced a comprehensive Development Plan for the small but resilient community in the Orkney Isles.
South West Mull & Iona Development Trust is working on a range of projects to ensure a sustainable future for its community.
Bressay is working hard to ensure its long-term future. A robust development plan coupled with staff and volunteer resources provides a framework for action.
In 2010 the West Harris Trust (WHT) became the first community to purchase its crofting estate from the Scottish Government through the Community Empowerment Act. Now a wide range of projects are underway.