Towns and Local Centres across Greater Birmingham and Solihull are set to get a £325,000 funding boost from Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership.
6 towns and local centres have been awarded grants in the current round of funding ranging from £70,000 to £50,000, including Bromsgrove District Council.
The money awarded will go towards supporting solutions to unlock derelict sites, creating green infrastructures, 1:1 business support and the formation of cultural hubs.
Sajid Javid MP commented:
“This investment is great news for Bromsgrove High Street and a further boost that will help businesses build back better”
District Council Leader Karen May said:
“I am absolutely delighted that we have received this money. It will help us to take our next steps to reignite the High Street.
“The pandemic has hit our traders hard, but we are looking to the future.
“With this funding we can bring our town centre back to life for our businesses, residents and visitors alike.”