MMAS Architects

MMAS Architects

As part of the Department for Communities Covid–19 City Revitalisation Programme, and in conjunction with detailed engagement with elected members, local communities and business representatives, and the City Reopening External Stakeholder Group, it is recognised that the city’s arterial routes, urban villages and local communities are provided an opportunity to deliver environmental improvement schemes that will support business operation and recovery, and to enable communities to deliver capital projects that would encourage people to live, work, visit and invest in the local areas.

Supporting local business recovery is a key focus of this grant. The aim of this grant is to increase civic participation and neighbourhood engagement, provide an enhanced sense of ownership of local areas and improve our physical spaces for enhanced use, enjoyment and overall support local business recovery.

 

As part of the Department for Communities Covid–19 City Revitalisation Programme, and in conjunction with detailed engagement with elected members, local communities and business representatives, and the City Reopening External Stakeholder Group, it is recognised that the city’s arterial routes, urban villages and local communities are provided an opportunity to deliver environmental improvement schemes that will support business operation and recovery, and to enable communities to deliver capital projects that would encourage people to live, work, visit and invest in the local areas.

Supporting local business recovery is a key focus of this grant. The aim of this grant is to increase civic participation and neighbourhood engagement, provide an enhanced sense of ownership of local areas and improve our physical spaces for enhanced use, enjoyment and overall support local business recovery.

 

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