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 Lleol-Local: £25m boost for poorest areas in Wales

NewyddionNeedy Welsh areas have been given a £25 million boost to kick-start a recovery. Gwynedd will receive £1.3m.

“We are working to ensure that everyone has a good standard of housing especially in our poorest communities,” said Deputy Housing Minister Jocelyn Davies said.

The money will go to 36 renewal areas in 19 local authorities across the country. Renewal areas enable councils to focus activity and investment on areas that combine a need for assistance with the potential for regeneration.

Each council has its own action plan to improve housing and facilities in their renewal areas with the aim of kick starting wide-ranging investment and reversing the process of decline.

Announcing the funding at Port Talbot Jocelyn Davies said: “This programme will improve the quality of life for thousands of people across Wales, helping to restore confidence in towns and villages in need of regeneration.


“As well as improving living conditions and facilities for residents, these funds have the added benefit of boosting local employment by providing work and business for builders and suppliers.

“Many of these projects span several financial years providing longer-term employment opportunities. It’s therefore vital that local contractors are involved in these bigger projects. The money can be spent in a number of ways and will support long term sustainable improvements to communities. “These include renovating housing, modernising shop fronts, environmental projects, highway and traffic calming measures, healthy living projects and local training and employment facilities. Local authorities decide how to spend the money in line with their priorities. “ We are working to ensure that everyone has a good standard of housing especially in our poorest communities. Our support for housing renewal areas shows our long-term commitment to this target.”



 
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