The UK Government has released further updates on the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF), which will succeed the current European Structural and Investment Funds.
 
UKSPF covers locally based activity under three headings, local places, local enterprises and local people and skills. Funding will be allocated to lead local authorities, who will have to work with civil society and other partners to prepare an Investment Plan for submission in July.

The key points from the update are outlined in our latest newsletter, along with the latest news and updates for the Third Sector.

Click here to read.
 
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