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Obtaining a BRN a step-by-step guide. What you need before you start The full name, registered address and date of founding of your group or organisation.

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1 Obtaining a BRN a step-by-step guide

2 What you need before you start The full name, registered address and date of founding of your group or organisation. Names of the management committee members, directors and/or trustees. If any of these have already obtained a BRN you will also need to know this. Estimated area of any land owned or rented by your organisation.

3 TICK THIS BOX – if you lease or own land or buildings that may be subject to a Rural Priorities application ALWAYS TICK THIS BOX – business includes a community group or organisation

4 Section A If you are just registering your group (the business) tick No and for SRDP purposes

5 but if you are registering your group and land or buildings, tick Yes and registering land and for SRDP purposes

6 In ALL cases tick this box The full name of your group or organisation Always enter full contact details The status of the contact person – eg Secretary

7 List the names of your management committee members, directors or trustees If any of your committee, directors or trustees already have a BRN it must be entered here Give the date your organisation was founded here Section B – You will always need to complete this section

8 Section C You only need to fill in this section if you lease or own land that may be subject of a application for SRDP funding, otherwise move to Section E

9 Enter an accurate estimate of the total area of land here Enter Rural Priorities/ LEADER here

10 Tick the NO box This should be the same figure as box 18 You will need to attach an up to date OS map with your land outlined in BLUE

11 Land Parcel Identifier – Give a number to each area Change type - Enter NEWF Date of Change – This should be the date of your application Other Location Code – Leave blank Area – The same as boxes 18 and 21 Usage of Land – Enter SRDP Purposes Description of Change – Enter Registration of land for first time

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13 Give a brief description of your organisation: what it does and its aims and objectives, and outline your planned application(s) for SRDP funding.

14 Tick the NO box To be completed in all instances

15 Where to send your BRN application

16 Where to send your application SGRPID Offices Lowland and Upland Scotland 32 Reidhaven Street Elgin Moray IV30 1QN Thainstone Court Inverurie Grampian AB51 5YA Lamberkine Drive Perth PH1 1RX Wellhall Road Hamilton ML3 9BG King Street Ayr KA8 OBE Cotgreen Road Galashields TD1 3SG Brooms Road Dumfries DG1 3ES

17 Where to send your application SGRPID Offices Scotlands Crofting Counties Commercial Road Lerwick, Shetland ZE1 OHF Tankerness Lane Kirkwall, Orkney KW15 1AQ Clarence Street Thurso, Caithness KW14 7JS The Links Golspie Business Park Golspie, KW10 6UB (formerly located in Tain) 10 Keith Street Stornoway HS1 2OG Balivanich Benbeculla HS7 5LA Estates Office Portree, Skye IV51 9DH Longman Road Inverness IV1 1SF Albany Street Oban PA34 4AE

18 Rural Direct is a free service available to constituted community groups in rural areas throughout Scotland. Rural Direct is funded by the Scottish Government SCVO are delivering this service You can contact Rural Direct by calling Calls will be charged at local rate. You can also your query to

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