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Vibrant and Viable Places - Holyhead

Vibrant and Viable Places is the Welsh Government’s new urban regeneration framework, which forms the basis for allocating capital funds for regeneration in the period April 2014 - March 2017.

The framework involves targeted capital investment in eleven significant urban settlements in Wales.

Competitive rounds

All 22 local authorities in Wales were invited to submit outline proposals in July 2013 based on specific detailed criteria. A decision on these was made in September 2013 and eleven bids were shortlisted and invited to submit a more detailed proposal by November 2013, for a final decision in January 2014.

Holyhead VVP Stage 1 Bid

Based on the Welsh Government criteria it was clear that Holyhead was the only realistic bid from Anglesey. An outline bid was therefore prepared in consultation with relevant stakeholders. This bid was successful.

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Holyhead Stage 2 Bid

The Welsh Government decided to shortlist the Holyhead Bid and invite a more detailed Stage 2 Bid. The bid preparation was led by the Economic Development Service with support from the NDA and Welsh Government.

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The Welsh Government announced on the 31st January 2014 that the bid had been successful and that Holyhead would be eligible to receive their regeneration funding in the period April 2014 to March 2017.

Contact The Anglesey Business Centre

Isle of Anglesey County Council
Bryn Cefni Business Park
LL77 7XA
Tel: 01248 752480
Fax: 01248 752192
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