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£1m investment in city at heart of Worcester City Council budget plans

£1m investment in city at heart of Worcester City Council budget plans

An investment of £1.1m in new play, sport, community facilities, the city's appearance and environment, alongside celebrations of the Jublilee and the Commonwealth Games, is at the heart of proposals for Worcester City Council's budget for 2022-23. Initiatives including a new BMX pump track in St Peter's, a new play area in Warndon, electric vehicl...

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Plans for Worcester’s new theatre move forward

Scala Theatre at Angel Place

Councillors are set to consider the next steps in the £17.9 million regeneration of Angel Place and the surrounding area, when Worcester City Council's Policy and Resources Committee meets on 16 November 2021. This significant redevelopment, supported by central Government's Future High Street Fund, will see Worcester's Angel Place and the surround...

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Grants of up to £30K to help property owners enhance their premises

Property-enhancement-scheme---eligible-area The area in which property owners and tenants can apply

Worcester City Council is offering grants of up to £30,000 to encourage owners of underoccupied properties in the northern part of the city centre to invest in their buildings and attract new tenants. A major regeneration of the area is underway, following a successful £17.9m bid by Worcester City Council to Government's Future High Streets Fund. T...

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Cleaner streets, economic recovery, major investment – Worcester City Council Leader sets out his priorities

Councillor Marc Bayliss, Leader of Worcester City Council

Having secured a Conservative majority at last month's election, Worcester City Council Leader Marc Bayliss is today setting out his priorities for the year ahead.Cleaner streets, support for the city's post-pandemic recovery, managing the investment of more than £40 million of Government funding in the city, tackling parking problems in residentia...

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Worcester set to bid for £28m to transform city

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Worcester councillors are expected to be asked to approve a plan to bid for almost £28m when the Council's Policy & Resources Committee meets next week. Worcester City Council will submit a bid to Government's £3.6 billion Towns Fund at the end of January, setting out how a potential £27.9m investment could deliver long-term economic growth for...

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