The EU is the largest financial contributor to UK regional development. After Brexit the government will establish a UK Shared Prosperity Fund. The APPG intends to shape thinking and engage in the details of the fund and new system of regional funding and policies after Brexit.
Found: and the Shared Prosperity Fund
Terms of reference: Scotland and the Shared Prosperity Fund
2. UK SHARED PROSPERITY FUND
10/06/2019 - Early Day Motions
Found: the UK Shared Prosperity Fund; notes Communities in Charge believe the UK Shared Prosperity Fund will
3. The UK Shared Prosperity Fund
03/09/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: The UK Shared Prosperity Fund By Philip Brien Contents: 1. Background to the Fund 2. The Fund™s design
UK Community Renewal Fund: prospectus
The UK Community Renewal Fund will provide £220
Found: transition from EU funding to the proposed Shared Prosperity Fund (SPF) marks a significant event in the
1. Wales: Replacement Funding
03/03/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: and for people who face labour market barriers. The UK-wide investment framework will be published later - Speech Link
2: Welsh Government? Will the UK Government make a portion biddable across the UK? Can the Minister reassure - Speech Link
3: will continue to ramp up funding so that the total UK-wide funding will at least match EU receipts of, - Speech Link
2. Wales: European Structural Funds
05/02/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: The purpose of the European Regional Development Fund is to redress the main regional imbalances within - Speech Link
1: regulations for structural funds and the cohesion fund are designed to reduce social and economic disparities - Speech Link
4. UK Shared Prosperity Fund
21/05/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: importance of bringing clarity on the UK shared prosperity fund. Decisions on its design will need to - Speech Link
2: the Government made a commitment to launch this fund. Time is running out on EU funding, and we need - Speech Link
3: propose to invite competitive bids for the prosperity fund in England and make decisions centrally, or - Speech Link
5. UK Shared Prosperity Fund
05/09/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: details of post-2020 funding through a UK Shared Prosperity Fund; supports the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s - Speech Link
2: details of post-2020 funding through a UK Shared Prosperity Fund; supports the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s - Speech Link
3: framing of the ‘Highland problem’ in Scottish and UK public policy and how European funds played a critical - Speech Link
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Stephen Kinnock MP, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 8801.
Public Enquiry Point:
Professor Steve Fothergill, Industrial Communities Alliance, 1 Regent Street, Barnsley S70 2EG. Tel: 01226 200 768
Industrial Communities Alliance acts as the group's secretariat. http://www.industrialcommunitiesalliance.org/
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