AMION looks to build on £378 million of Levelling Up Funds secured

AMION Consulting understands that government is going to announce the third round of the Levelling Up Fund during March’s Budget Statement.

As this is the final round of LUF, with £1 billion still available – interest is likely to be strong from applicants.

Having supported bids which secured £378 million of LUF grant from previous rounds, AMION is well positioned to advise on Round 3 submissions.

Just a few AMION LUF success stories

£16.5 million to make town centre improvements in Kimberley, including transforming the Bennerley Viaduct, creating step-free access to the viaduct and boosting the cycle path network in the region.

Lower Swansea Valley secured £20 million to regenerate three industry heritage sites, including new shops, restaurants and market places, and a major upgrade to Swansea Museum.

£20 million of funding for the restoration of Haigh Hall in Wigan, which will make a site a popular destination for culture, community, events and hospitality.

Ashbourne Reborn project in the Derbyshire Dales to transform the town centre was booted by £13.3 million

In East Anglia, £20 million was granted to fund local regeneration of a Riverside Gateway in Great Yarmouth

Twycross Zoo was awarded £20 million to fund a new science and conservation centre in Warwickshire


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