Tourism fund backs Levengrove Park
A total of £3.7 million has been allocated towards the restoration of Levengrove Park.
It is part of a larger investment of more than £40 million for West Dunbartonshire as part of an initiative involving Visitscotland and the council.
The national tourism development framework aims to highlight the importance of the visitor economy.
It supports projects due to start or be completed over the next three years.
The West Dunbartonshire cash represents overall public and private sector investment in major projects and includes £38m for Queen’s Quay in Clydebank.
Cabinet secretary for tourism Fiona Hyslop said: “Tourism is one of Scotland’s most important industries, with its benefits and impacts reaching many other sectors of the Scottish economy.
“The tourism development framework has identified £16 billion of major projects being delivered across Scotland that will have a positive impact for our visitors, ensuring they can be better connected and have the best possible experience while they’re here, with clear benefits for the visitor economy.”