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Regeneration Improving places

The Department for Communities (DfC) is investing £10m in the Capital Covid-19 Recovery Revitalisation Scheme which will be used in larger town and city centres, with a further £1m coming from the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) to be used for smaller settlements.

The funding will be allocated to councils in two tranches to deliver measures that will help provide a safe environment for visitors, shoppers and workers within town and city centres. This may include measures such as shop frontage and awnings/canopies; outdoor furniture, heaters queueing systems; PA/Tannoy and digital screens, and other signage.

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