Arnold Market in Nottinghamshire will close for two weeks to allow improvements work, after a successful funding bid to a Nottinghamshire County Council programme backed by the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership.
New stalls will be erected at the Market, as part of Gedling Borough Council’s regeneration of Arnold town centre. The wider Arnold centre works have received £1.25million from Nottinghamshire County Council’s ‘Unlocking Growth in N2 Town Centres’ programme’, supporting refurbishment of county commercial centres; which itself has received £7.6m from the D2N2 LEP.
The D2N2 funding came from the LEP’s Local Growth Fund allocation; given to the LEP by the UK Government to support major infrastructure schemes in its area, which will directly aid economic and jobs growth.
Following the Arnold Market refurbishment a series of events are planned by Gedling Borough Council, to run from April 19 until the end of the month; to include a children’s Easter egg hunt, St George’s Day celebrations, and local produce promotions and street entertainers.
For more information about Arnold Market visit Gedling Borough Council’s website at https://gedling.gov.uk/
For more on Nottinghamshire County Council’s ‘Unlocking Growth in N2 Town Centres’ programme click on the web link HERE.
To learn more about how the D2N2 LEP is using its Local Growth Fund allocation to help its area’s economy see its website at www.d2n2lep.org/Local-Growth-Fund
Media wanting further information about the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership can contact D2N2 Communications Manager Sean Kirby on 0115 957 8749 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org