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15 Apr 2019

Government funding is in place to support the high streets

12 Apr 2019

Local Bike Shop Day press pack is now ready to download, so why not promote the event in your shop?

12 Apr 2019

A further two webinars are taking place in April to provide businesses with the support needed to transition into the new Making Tax Digital scheme

8 Apr 2019

Technology may be the key to competing with the larger brands, like Amazon

8 Apr 2019

Changes to wage rates, tax rules and business rates from the 1st of April

8 Apr 2019

The APPCG hope you can join their next meeting on Funding for Cycling

5 Apr 2019

The roads are getting busier and busier with cyclists now that spring has come out to play and the sun is shining more.

5 Apr 2019

Nearly a quarter of Europeans are now willing to commute to work by e-bike

3 Apr 2019

Following an increase of incoming calls querying finance providers in the cycles market, the ACT are publishing a mini-series to answer the trade's questions.

2 Apr 2019

Cycling UK, for the third year running, has organised the Women's Festival of Cycling

Funding to support the high street

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

walking, cycling and public transportThe £675 million Future High Street Fund launched in December 2018 and closed on the 22nd of March 2019.

The fund was designed to tackle the challenges facing the UK's towns, with larger aims to transform local high streets through the conversion of vacant retail properties into housing and improve transport and access to town centres.

Over 300 local authorities across the UK have bid for a share for the £675 million Future High Street Fund.

Communities Secretary James Brokenshire MP has also announced that towns across the UK can also benefit from the new scheme, the Open Doors project.

Landlords will convert empty shops into community hubs open to the public. This project aims to tackle the social problems that retailers face including crime and unemployment that are linked to the decline in high streets.

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