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IN THE NEWS THIS WEEK

Council approves next stage of HIF1 project in Didcot
The next phase of the £269m transport network in Didcot has been approved. HIF1 is an infrastructure project designed to support new housing developments in the south of Oxford, and includes a dual carriageway, road bridge, and railway line.

Have your say on how Somerset should prioritise £7m UK Shared Prosperity Funding
Between 2022 and 2025, Somerset has £7.26m of funding from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. Businesses and residents will be sharing their thoughts on how the money should be spent. The themes for investment are:
◆ Communities and place – investing in infrastructure, green spaces and community-led projects
◆ Local Business – creating jobs, providing support for those starting businesses, and improving retail, hospitality and leisure facilities
◆ People and skills – boosting core skills and supporting people to progress into work.

The ‘longest alpine rollercoaster in the UK’ could be built at Caerphilly beauty spot
Plans to build an alpine rollercoaster in Cwmcarn Forest will be included in Caerphilly Council’s £80.6m Levelling Up Fund bid. the Bid will include:
◆ £12m alpine rollercoaster
◆ £33.6m leisure centre near Caerphilly Business Park
◆ £35m mixed-use transport hub in Caerphilly town centre

Funding bid being prepared for ‘Transformative’ link road
A £40m bid is being prepared to fund a planned link road in Nottinghamshire which is expected to unlock jobs and housing.

Test Valley proposes bid for Levelling Up Fund
Test Valley Borough Council is planning to submit a bid up to £20m for Levelling Up Funding. The bid would focus on creating a riverside park along, improving active travel, and creation of a new cultural hub in the town centre.

Preliminary designs revealed for March town centre transformation
Fenland District Council has received £8.4m from the Future High Streets Fund, and has shared plans for what the regeneration of Broad Street, Market Place, and the riverside area could look like.

Glasgow prepares seven project bids for Levelling Up Fund
Glasgow City Council has seven projects it would like to include within its bid for Levelling Up Funding. The projects to be put forward are:
◆ Creation of a ‘garden cap’ over the M8
◆ Regeneration of the People’s Palace and Winter Gardens
◆ Regeneration projects in Drumchapel, Easterhouse, Maryhill and Possilpark
◆ Clyde Connectivity scheme at Govan

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