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Next step in £19.6m investment in Worcester

Artist's impression of the completed Severn Centre for Health and Wellbeing

Worcester city councillors have backed the first of five business cases for projects that will bring £19.6m of Government investment to Worcester. The City Council has secured the funding from the national Towns Fund, after drawing up proposals to support five major schemes to boost Worcester's economy, promote active travel and provide new skills ...

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Council to review plans for £19.6m investment in Worcester

Worcester receives £19.6m from the Government's Towns Fund

Worcester city councillors are set to approve major plans which could see £19.6m invested in the city. On 7 September the Policy and Resources Committee will review revised proposals recommended by Worcester's Towns Board. This follows the announcement in June that the city has been offered a £19.6m investment from central Government's £3.6 billion...

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Worcester secures £19.6m to build back better after COVID

Worcester receives £19.6m from the Government's Towns Fund

Worcester is to receive £19.6m to deliver long-term economic growth for the city and support recovery after COVID. The award follows the submission of a successful bid by Worcester City Council to the Government's £3.6 billion Towns Fund. Worcester was one of 101 towns across the UK to be given the opportunity to create a Town Investment Plan,...

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Worcester set to bid for £28m to transform city

Severn-Centre-for-Wellbeing---artists-impression Severn Centre for Wellbeing - artists' impression

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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