AMION helps to secure £215 million of Levelling Up funds

The government has announced the second round of successful Levelling Up Fund (LUF) bids across the country.  In total, £2.1 billion of government funding has been announced for 111 successful applications from 525 total bids.


Building on successes in Round 1, AMION Consulting has further cemented its status as market-leaders in competitive funding rounds, having helped to secure £215 million of LUF grant to support nationwide projects.


Highlights include AMION securing £20 million for the local regeneration of a Riverside Gateway in Great Yarmouth.  In South East Lincolnshire, AMION led on three successful bids – £14.8 million for Rosegarth Square (a new urban park in Boston); £20 million for a new Health and Wellbeing Hub in Spalding; and £8.1 million to revive three at-risk heritage and cultural sites in Lincolnshire Wolds.  AMION also helped to secure £20 million of funding for the restoration of Haigh Hall in Wigan, which will make the site a popular destination for culture, community, events and hospitality.


Government has also allocated monies for a third round of Levelling Up, with dates yet to be confirmed.  Further details can be obtained from Simon Dancer, AMION Consulting on