The UK coastline plays a vital role in the economy, history and culture of our country. The government is helping coastal communities flourish and strengthen their appeal as places to live, work and visit.
The Coastal Communities Fund Round 5 is now open with £40 million available for spend from April 2019 to end of March 2021.
Funding goes to projects over £50,000 that will ultimately lead to regeneration and economic growth whilst directly or indirectly safeguarding and creating sustainable jobs.
Since 2012, the Coastal Communities Fund has invested £174 million into 295 projects UK-wide.
The Big Lottery Fund delivered rounds 1 to 4 on behalf of the government. Past projects can be found on the
Big Lottery website. Coastal Revival Fund round in 2018 to 2019
A new round of Coastal Revival Fund is planned with £1 million available to be spent in 2018 to 2019 meaning more at-risk coastal heritage sites will be saved.
Details of timing and how to apply will be available later in 2018. This fund could start the regeneration of a much loved building or asset such as pier, park, 1930’s lido or promenade.
The first Coastal Revival Fund round provided £3.7 million to support 92 projects in coastal areas. See
details of past projects.
The first Coastal Community Teams were set up in 2015. Since then £1.46million has been provided to 146 teams around the British Coast.
Find the Team in your area on the
Coastal teams work to unlock barriers to economic development and create sustainable economic growth and jobs. Find out about each
Coastal Community Team and read their plans
If you would like further information or to register your interest, please email
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26 February 2018
Published 26 February 2018