Radcliffe's Civic Hub Levelling Up Fund bid

Radcliffe

Central government announced the details of The Levelling Up Fund in the March 2021 budget. It is a competitive fund which focuses on projects that can deliver visible change over a short period of time. Local Authorities can submit bids of up to £20 million for town centre regeneration investment. 

On 27 October 2021, Bury Council was informed that its bid for £20 million to the Levelling Up Fund to support the development of a mixed-use civic hub had been successful. The Civic Hub will comprise sustainable, modern new build facilities, and will be developed alongside the refurbishment of key council assets, in the heart of Radcliffe town centre.

The proposals incorporate a brand-new wellness and leisure facility, and library and learning centre, which is coupled with flexible space for local businesses and community groups, as well as integrated shops, food and drink outlets, and space for local events.

The information provided to Government in the bid is viewable below. Some information, including that of a commercially sensitive or personal nature has been removed or redacted.

More information

See: Radcliffe Regeneration Office for the latest opening hours including the extra opening days and times in March. Appointments are available on demand.

See: Radcliffe Strategic Regeneration Framework to learn more about the guide that is shaping the direction of Radcliffe's growth over the next 15 years.

See: Radcliffe regeneration - project management and decision-making for an overview of some of the key stakeholder groups involved in the Radcliffe project.

See: Radcliffe Civic Hub and other town centre regeneration projects to learn more about the proposals for Radcliffe's town centre

Contact for Regeneration