UK Shared Prosperity Fund - Latest from DLUHC

26 Aug 2022 Geoff Nuttall    Last updated: 14 Dec 2022

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On 19 August, the UK Dept for Levelling Up (DLUHC) held an online consultation event for sector organisations on how the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKPSF) will be used in Northern Ireland

DLUHC, which is directly managing the UKSPF, held this event as part of their consultation on the Northern Ireland Investment Plan which it is currently preparing, which will set out how the fund will be targeted in Northern Ireland.

The UKSPF will have three funding priorities;

  • Communities and Place
  • Supporting Local Business
  • People and Skills

For a full overview of the UKSPF, the funding priority areas and interventions, see the prospectus.  This DLUHC event primarily focused on the People and Skills investment priority. The slides from the event can be found here.

DLUHC is aiming to finalise their investment plan by October and to invite applications soon after.

For further information or enquiries, please email DLUHC directly at - [email protected]'s picture
by Geoff Nuttall

Head of Policy and Public Affairs

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