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The Getting Building Fund is a £900 million government programme to deliver jobs, skills and infrastructure across the country.

This investment is targeted in areas facing the biggest economic challenges as a result of the pandemic. It is supporting the delivery of shovel-ready infrastructure projects, agreed with Mayoral Combined Authorities and Local Enterprise Partnerships to boost economic growth, and fuel local recovery and jobs.

In August 2020, government announced a funding allocation of £34.1m to Lancashire LEP from the Getting Building Fund. Following the announcement government undertook a review of the schemes submitted by the Lancashire LEP, where in agreement with the LEP the £34.1m was allocated to ten projects.

The ten projects are:

  • The Houndshill Extension Scheme, Blackpool
  • Abingdon Street Market Acquisition & Rejuvenation, Blackpool
  • Alker Lane, Chorley
  • Pioneer Place, Burnley
  • RedCat – Lancashire’s Centre for Alternative Technologies
  • AMRC Low Carbon Demonstrator Project
  • Project Neptune, Fleetwood Docks
  • Hillhouse Enterprise Zone infrastructure works
  • M55 Heyhouses Link Road
  • Tatton Scheme, Chorley

 

All projects are currently going through the LEP’s due diligence process.  Once complete, further information on the each of the projects will be published.

The Getting Building Fund Project Summary Q4 20/21

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