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Council leaders meet with UK and Welsh Governments to reach next stage for the Growing Mid Wales Growth Deal
Leaders of Powys and Ceredigion County Councils in their roles as joint chairs of the Growing Mid Wales Joint Committee met with David TC Davies MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the UK Government in Wales, and Vaughan Gething MS, Minister for Economy to discuss the Growth Deal for Mid Wales and deliver the next important step.
The Growing Mid Wales Board has given thanks to representatives from the private sector for their contribution towards the development of the Mid Wales Growth Deal bid, which is set to see £110m invested by Welsh and UK Governments in the region.
The Mid Wales Growth Deal has passed a significant milestone with the approval of the draft Portfolio Business Case to be submitted to UK and Welsh Governments.
The Mid Wales Growth Deal will face a major decision this month when approval is sought for the draft Portfolio Business Case to be submitted to UK and Welsh Governments.
Key documents that will lay the foundations of how the Mid Wales Growth Deal will be further developed and delivered have been supported by the Growing Mid Wales Board.
A new partnership that will provide a focus for skills in Mid Wales, as well as helping drive economic growth by ensuring investment in the right skills, has been created.
The Mid Wales Growth Deal reached a significant milestone today [Tuesday, 22 December] with the signing of the Heads of Terms by the Welsh Government, UK Government and the region's local authorities.
Under the current Rural Development Plan (RDP) programme, Mid Wales has benefited from the Tourism Amenity Investment Support Scheme (TAIS), run by Visit Wales.