Margate is set to benefit from up to £22.2m worth of funding following the Government’s Town Deal programme announcement in the Chancellor’s Budget yesterday (Wednesday 3 March 2021).
Blog post from Cllr Ruth Duckworth, Margate Town Deal Board Member and Cabinet Member for Estates and Economic Development.
A ten-year ‘Town Investment Plan’ has been submitted to the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government.
Last month local residents, community groups and businesses were given the chance to have their say on what will help Margate grow and potentially access up to £25m worth of investment as part of the governments £3.6bn Towns Fund initiative.
Margate was one of 101 places given the opportunity last year by the Government to bid for funding of up to £25 million as part of the Government’s £3.6 billion Towns Fund.
Introduction Thanet District Council is looking to commission consultancy services to engage with stakeholders and the wider community, in Margate, as part of the Government’s Town Deal programme The council is looking for experienced practitioners who are comfortable with engaging with all stakeholders, within the current requirements of social distancing The Council has a budget […]
In September 2019, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government announced that 101 towns in England will benefit from the £3.6 billion Towns Fund and Margate was one of them (with up to £25m of investment potentially available). Objectives The objective of the Fund is to drive the economic regeneration of towns to deliver […]