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As part of the Spending Round announcements made on 26 June 2013, government committed to increasing its support for growth and delivery within Enterprise Zones with an additional £50 million being made available for the Local Infrastructure Fund.
Further support may also be available through a £2 billion funding pot for local enterprise partnerships (LEPs).
The fund will help to drive job creation and investment forward within the LEP areas, and includes £1 billion for transport and £500 million for skills and training.
This funding builds on the billions of pounds already invested, and will include £400 million from the New Homes Bonus, locally pooled to support housing and local growth
.For more information on the announcement by The Department for Communities and Local Government see:https://www.gov.uk/government/news/35-billion-deal-to-build-homes-and-drive-local-growth.
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