The Portpatrick Harbour Community Benefit Society are looking to buy another piece of land from Dumfries and Galloway Council after securing the harbour last year.
Locals raised more than £100,000 in three weeks to buy the harbour, in order to secure it for future generations. Around 600 people took shares in the harbour, which resulted in full community ownership.
They're now asking the council to transfer an additional piece of land to the community benefit society for £1, which they say will allow them to begin a regeneration project.
At Wigtown Area Committee on 9th March, members will be asked to recommend to the council that the land at Ward Shore should be transferred to the Portpatrick Harbour Community Benefit Society.
The harbour is one of the oldest working in Scotland, and remains the heart of the village.
Work on resurfacing and developing the fishermen sheds is due to start in the next couple of days.
The efforts of the people in Portpatrick are now being recognised across the country, with the community being used as a case study for other small towns and villages in Scotland.
The society are now looking to raise funds to further develop the harbour, in a bid to bring more boats in and support the local economy.