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Opinions sought across Mid Wales on energy and transport use

08.02.2024 - Local area energy planning (LAEP) is taking place across the whole of Wales right now to understand everyone's energy and transport use now and for the future.

Business Leaders Needed to Support the Delivery of the Mid Wales Growth Deal

08.02.2024 - Business leaders and economic experts are being sought to support the development and delivery of the Mid Wales Growth Deal.

Upcoming event on Sustainable business solutions in Mid Wales: Minimising emissions and costs

18.01.2024 - A free event for Mid Wales businesses to explore ways to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and energy costs is being held by Growing Mid Wales, in partnership with Powys and Ceredigion County Councils.

Mid Wales Growth Deal progressing positively towards delivery in 2024

14.11.2023 - '2023 has seen good progress of the Mid Wales Growth Deal and it is now nearing the delivery phase' is the update shared between UK and Welsh Government ministers and Powys and Ceredigion County Council Leaders at a virtual meeting held on 09th November.

Corporate Plan Consultation

01.11.2023 - Mid Wales residents are being given the opportunity to comment on a Corporate Plan for the region's Corporate Joint Committee (CJC).

First slice of Growth Deal funding on its way to Mid Wales

02.10.2023 - Growing Mid Wales, a regional partnership and engagement arrangement between the private and public sectors, and with UK and Welsh Government, has unlocked the first allocation of funding from both governments as part of the Mid Wales Growth Deal agreement.

Growing Mid Wales Partnership reflects on achievements to date

29.09.2023 - On 18th September, at a regional partnership meeting aimed at promoting and representing the region's priorities for economic development, the renewed vision for economic growth in Mid Wales was discussed. The Growing Mid Wales Partnership reviewed key milestones to date and considered where the regional approach to economic development needed to be adapted further to reflect a number of challenges.

Businesses views sought on the skills landscape of Mid Wales

22.09.2023 - The Mid Wales Regional Skills Partnership (RSP) is interested in what you have to say about the challenges you face as a business and is currently running a short, 5-minute survey to find out more about these challenges, especially around the recruitment of skills, now and in the future.

Call for projects in Mid Wales to come forward for the Multiply funding programme

20.09.2023 - From Monday 2nd of October, projects operating in the Local Authority areas of Ceredigion and Powys can apply for funding for the Multiply programme. Mid Wales has a budget of £5 million for Multiply projects up to December 2024.

Mid Wales Growth Deal reaches an important development milestone

13.01.2022 - Today, saw the signing of the Final Deal Agreement of the Mid Wales Growth Deal by the Welsh Government, UK Government and the region's local authorities, Ceredigion County Council and Powys County Council.

Net Zero: What are the opportunities and challenges for businesses in Mid Wales?

12.09.2023 - Ceredigion County Council and Powys County Councils continue to collaborate with partners in Mid Wales on a range of strategic matters that help to transform and grow the regional economy. From delivering the Mid Wales Growth Deal and the UK Shared Prosperity Fund and leading on the Skills agenda, the work of Growing Mid Wales continues to grow from strength to strength.

Growing opportunities in Mid Wales

25.07.2023 - On Monday, 24th of July at the Royal Welsh Show, Growing Mid Wales partners attended a reception to reflect on the progress that has been achieved to date and to look ahead at the next stages of development across all the region's work.

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