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Project shortlist confirmed for £13.4m Getting Building Fund scheme

July 17, 2020

Six projects across Hull and East Yorkshire are set to receive a share of £13.4m in funding, with the potential to create up to 1,300 jobs in our region.

The list of projects was agreed by the Humber LEP Board this morning, after the announcement of the area’s allocation from the Government’s ‘Getting Building Fund’ last week. The fund is designed to support ‘shovel ready’ projects to progress in the next 18 months and kick-start the economy.

Not only do the schemes

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Humber LEP awarded £13.4m for ‘shovel ready’ infrastructure projects

July 7, 2020

The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership is set to receive up to £13.4m in funding to support infrastructure projects in our region.

This funding, part of the Government’s ‘New Deal’ to help deliver jobs, skills and infrastructure for Britain, was confirmed by Regional Growth and Local Government Minister Simon Clarke MP in a letter to the LEP.

The Humber LEP previously submitted its “shovel” ready projects to government, which can start soon and be completed within the next 18 months. The final list

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Humber LEP makes Budget representations to the Chancellor on host of new measures to build momentum in the Humber economy

February 12, 2020

A raft of innovative new measures to help build momentum in the region’s economy have been suggested by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) as it makes its budget representations to the Government.

The LEP has submitted a package of proposals, including requesting that the Government confirm funding for the A63 Castle Street upgrade in Hull, part-fund a new National Flood Resilience Centre in Scunthorpe, as well as asking for commitment to the Energy Estuary 2.0 Strength in Places Fund bid

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How the Humber region is leading the way when it comes to ultrafast broadband connectivity

August 12, 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson made headlines last week by committing to full fibre broadband across the country by 2025 – eight years sooner than the previous target of 2033.

The Humber region has already made significant strides to providing this infrastructure to businesses as well as consumers in the region. The Hull area is already benefiting from complete ultrafast full fibre broadband coverage (ultrafast meaning speeds of more than 100Mbps) with KCOM providing its Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) Lightstream service

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