Posts Tagged ‘government funding’

£5 million worth of funding now open to boost innovation for farmers

Comments Off | 03-10-2015

Thanks to £5 million worth of government funding, farmers can now access the best new technology to keep the UK farming industry at the forefront of innovation, Farming Minister George Eustice announced today.
With the first phase of the new Countryside Productivity scheme now open, farmers, foresters and land managers across the country are being invited

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Improving rail for customers: £6 million for digital innovation

Comments Off | 02-26-2015

Innovate UK and the FutureRailway programme are to invest up to £6 million to support business innovation in digital technologies that improve the customer experience in UK and international rail markets.
The rail industry’s ‘Rail Technical Strategy’, a 30-year vision of technology requirements, prioritises improvements in use of data and information and their translation into systems

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Minister signs £330 million North East Growth Deal

Comments Off | 02-26-2015

Greg Clark, the Minister for Universities, Science and Cities, today (25 February 2015) visited Science Central in Newcastle to sign the North East Growth Deal, which will see nearly £330 million of government funding invested into the North East.
The minister joined Paul Woolston, Chair of the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), to sign the Growth

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Gold mining investment company in provisional liquidation following Insolvency Service investigation

Comments Off | 02-14-2015

IPR Capital Ltd sold partnerships in a limited partnership that it wholly controlled, IPR Capital Mining 06 LP, to members of the public via a network of sales agents. The role of the provisional liquidator is to protect assets in the possession or under the control of the company pending the determination of the petition.

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£5 million to improve access to Port of Immingham

Comments Off | 02-14-2015

A vital link road to improve access to the Port of Immingham and removeHGV traffic travelling through the nearby town will be built thanks to nearly £5 million government funding announced today, Friday 13 February 2015.
The A18/A180 link road will be used by traffic coming from across Lincolnshire and the UK.
The road will provide much-needed

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Government funding kick-starts transformation of iconic London landmark into thriving business centre

Comments Off | 01-21-2015

An iconic former flour mill at the heart of London’s Royal Docks will be transformed into a vibrant centre for business and enterprise thanks to £12 million of government funding, Local Growth Minister Penny Mordaunt announced today (21 January 2015).
The Millennium Mills site has been out of use since the early 1980s but work has

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£297 million to be spent on new flood defences in Thames Valley

Comments Off | 12-3-2014

The new flood defence scheme in Oxford, just one of 162 schemes in the Thames Valley getting the green light today, is worth over £100 million and will protect over 3,000 homes. Government funding has also been allocated to the Lower Thames scheme which will better protect around 15,000 homes.
Some examples of the schemes funded

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Minister to sign £270 million Heart of the South West Growth Deal

Comments Off | 10-9-2014

Greg Clark, Minister for Universities, Science and Cities, will join up with councils and businesses from across the South West to sign the £270.3 million Heart of the South West Growth Deal. The deal secures £130.3 million of government funding, as well as a further £140 million of additional investment from local partners and the private

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