Lower Thames Crossing Community Fund
The Lower Thames Crossing Neighborhood Fund has actually been opened to support regional charities and neighborhood groups near the proposed Lower Thames Crossing.
Through this financing, organisations can make an application for grants of approximately ₤ 10,000 to provide plans that:
- Motivate exercise and increase public usage of regional green areas
- Enhance the health and wellness of regional neighborhoods
- Improving signs and/or way-markings to increase ease of access for walkers, bicyclists and horse-riders
- Assistance neighborhoods to get in touch with their heritage
- Assistance regional neighborhoods to protect long-term work in the broader Lower Thames Crossing prospective supply chain
- Increase making use of innovation to assist regional neighborhoods much better comprehend the Lower Thames Crossing propositions and influence future professions in building and construction.
The effort is being moneyed through National Highways’ Designated Funds program. This is a nationwide effort that looks beyond handling the nation’s Strategic Roadway Network, to provide long lasting advantages for neighborhoods and the environment.
For the previous couple of years, we have actually been dealing with stakeholders, Regional Authorities and others to money jobs throughout the area, such as:
- Financing a brand-new high-speed fiber broadband connection in Brentwood
- Improvements to the seaside course and reconnection of the nationwide cycle network, in collaboration with ASELA and Thurrock Council
- Heritage repair works and analysis at Dagnam Park, in collaboration with London District of Havering
- Forest repair at Telegraph Hill, Higham, in collaboration with the North West Kent Countryside Collaboration
- A brand-new 95ha neighborhood forest at Great Warley in Brentwood, in collaboration with Forestry England
How to use
Your application will be evaluated by one of 2 independent organisations, the Kent Neighborhood Structure and Essex Neighborhood Structure, depending upon where the recipients of your task are based. You can use through the application on their sites.
The Essex Neighborhood Structure if your task is north of the river Thames. Apply here
The Kent Neighborhood Structure if your task is south of the river Thames Apply here
The due date for applications is 23.59 on 1 March 2023.
You can call us or your regional neighborhood structure who will more than happy to assist respond to any concerns you have relating to making an application.
More details can be discovered on our site Lower Thames Crossing– Neighborhood center