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Local Investment Plan for ERDF in Nottingham
Between 2007-13 Nottingham has been allocated around £18 million under the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Priority Axis 2.
A Local Investment Plan has been developed to focus ERDF Priority Axis 2 (PA2) on eligible activities that will make a difference to economic activity in the city. This particularly focuses on:
- Support to develop space for businesses, in identified growth sectors, to start up and grow;
- Improved ICT connectivity to develop economic opportunities in disadvantaged areas of the city;
- Support for new and growing businesses in the local economy;
- Improvements to the physical environment in key local areas in order to attract further investment.
£18 million has already been directed to projects such as the regeneration of the Sneinton Market area; advice and support to people to set up their own businesses; improved premises for small businesses to establish themselves and grow in a supportive environment; and improved connectivity for some key business hubs.
We are not currently seeking applications for this programme.
Nottingham's ERDF PA2 programme is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. More information on ERDF in the East Midlands can be found on the regional website.