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Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn - Isle of Anglesey County Council

Levelling Up Fund: Holyhead bid

Isle of Anglesey County Council has formally submitted a bid for £17m of UK Government Levelling Up funding as part of a wider £22.5m project for Holyhead.

If successful, the bid would see key local assets in the historic port town on Holyhead developed to make the area a better place to live and visit. We have been working with our experienced local delivery partners and the bid, if successful, will bring in excess of £54m of benefits for Anglesey.

The Levelling Up Fund is a competitive funding programme, assessed and administered by the UK Government.

Isle of Anglesey County Council has worked in partnership with Holyhead Town Council, Môn CF, the Ucheldre Centre and the Church in Wales to understand the needs of the area and put forward a package of interventions in and around Holyhead. 

Key priorities

Local authorities are the only body who can submit applications to the fund which covers three key priorities:

  • Supporting town centre and high street regeneration.
  • Local transport projects.
  • Cultural and heritage assets.

It is expected that UK Government will inform the council in the autumn if the bid has been successful.


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