Dalavich Improvement Group
Who is Dalavich Improvement Group
Dalavich Improvement Group (DIG) was incorporated in 2002 as a Scottish Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee. DIG's operating area includes the villages of Dalavich and Inverinan, and the hamlets of Kilmaha and Lochavich.
DIG's purpose is:
To manage community land and associated assets for the benefit of the
Community and the public in general.
To provide, or assist in providing, recreational facilities, and/or organising recreational activities, which will be available to members of the Community and public at large with the object of improving the conditions of life of the Community.
To advance community development, including rural regeneration within the Community.
To advance environmental protection or improvement including preservation, sustainable development and conservation of the natural environment, the maintenance, improvement or provision of environmental amenities for the Community and/or the preservation of buildings or sites of architectural, historic or other importance to the Community;
DIG currently owns and manages on behalf of the community:
⚬ A community centre
⚬ Two children's playareas
⚬ An area of foreshore including open broadleaf woodland and a boat shed
⚬ The community garden (near the church) managed by Avant Gardeners
⚬ Three grazing fields let to local residents for livestock
⚬ A small village green