Mid Sussex secures £1 million from Shared Prosperity Fund

Mid Sussex District Council has been awarded funding of £1 million from Government to invest in local parks, community hubs and youth employment support over the next three years.

The Government has introduced the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) to enable Councils to support the levelling up agenda at a local level. Funding is being provided to support projects that boost productivity, pay, jobs and living standards, improve public services, empower local leaders and communities, or restore a sense of community and local pride. The UKSPF succeeds the old European Union structural funds.

Mid Sussex has received a UKSPF allocation of £1 million for the next three years and the Government has now approved an Investment Plan submitted by the Council, which sets out measurable outcomes that meet local needs.

The Council is focussing the UKSPF investment on the improvement of local parks and community hubs.

Read the full details here>>https://www.midsussex.gov.uk/about-us/press-releases-and-publications/mid-sussex-secures-1-million-from-shared-prosperity-fund/