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NEWS FEED: Sustainable economy

£225k pilot to improve rural broadband in West Sussex

November 20th, 2015

£225,000 is being made available as part of a pilot grant project to improve connectivity for groups of businesses in West Sussex. The new scheme, available from 30 November, is being launched at a ‘digital access’ summit convened by Arundel and South Downs MP Nick Herbert on Friday 20 November, hosted by the South Downs […]

National Parks taste as good as they look

October 26th, 2015

Did you know that local food and drink is the second biggest draw for visitors to the South Downs National Park after our landscapes? On Monday 26 October we’re joining with our fellow National Parks across England to celebrate the top quality food and drink produced in the country’s finest landscapes. Join in the celebration […]

Tuck in to British Food Fortnight in the South Downs

September 18th, 2015

Discover the flavour of the South Downs with competitions and special offers to mark British Food Fortnight from 19 September to 4 October. Tying in with the harvest festival, British Food Fortnight is the biggest annual, national celebration of our country’s food and drink. It’s a chance for farmers, producers and sellers to shout about the […]

Business rates key to Hampshire & Isle of Wight devolution bid

September 4th, 2015

A bold bid to retain all business rates could make Hampshire and Isle of Wight the master of its own destiny. The proposal is included in a prospectus submitted to central government on behalf of 15 councils, two local enterprise partnerships and two national park authorities. Should it be successful, the ambitious nature of the […]

New funding available for woodfuel business support (Now closed)

August 19th, 2015

Significant new funding available for woodfuel business support and development from Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership Coast to Capital have launched a Call for Proposals for £1.29m grant funding to support  the transition to a Low Carbon Economy using the European Regional Development Fund. Read the full call here Priorities are to: Support businesses […]

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