Written Question on Coastal Communities Fund: Fisheries

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Date Title Questioner
16 May 2018, 3:13 p.m. Coastal Communities Fund: Fisheries Holly Lynch


To ask the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, what estimate he has made of the proportion of the coastal communities fund that has been awarded to the fishing sector over the four funding rounds completed to date.

Answer (Jake Berry)

The Coastal Communities Fund is a competitive bid-led UK-wide programme which does not pre-allocate a specific proportion of funds for any category of project. There are no plans to change this.

In the first four rounds of the Coastal Communities Fund a total of 18 grants worth £9.73 million were awarded to fisheries related projects across the UK. These accounted for approximately 6 per cent of the Fund's total allocated expenditure.

Each application is considered on its individual merits against the Fund’s main outcome to support growth and jobs in coastal communities.

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