• Morden Hall Park

  • Cherwell Healthy Living Centre

  • St Ive Play Park

Welcome to the Viridor Credits website

Viridor Credits funds community, heritage and biodiversity projects through the Landfill Communities Fund and Scottish Landfill Communities Fund.

Closure of Funding in Cornwall, Dorset and Wales

Funding in these areas has now finished. If your project is in a South West Water area, you may still be eligible for funding through the Pennon Environmental Fund. Please contact a member of the team if you think your project is in an eligible area and you think you may be able to apply through PEF. The other Viridor Credits eligibility criteria remain the same for PEF projects.

From April 2018, the Landfill Communities Fund in Wales becomes the Welsh Disposals Tax Community Scheme, administered by the Wales Council for Voluntary Action. We can no longer accept any new applications for any projects in Wales. If you wish to contact the WCVA for further information about the new scheme please forward any enquiries to environet@wcva.org.uk or cjenkins@wcva.org.uk.

Closing Date

The next closing date for applications is 31 July 2018. Please ensure you submit your application as far in advance of this date as possible. Incomplete applications received close to the deadline will be deferred or declined.

Click HERE for our most up-to-date closing dates for 2018.

Get started on your Application

Step 1

To find out if you are in an eligible area for funding in England please enter your postcode into the search. If applying for biodiversity, through PEF or in Scotland click here.




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