Private sector developers, Housing associations and other housing developers can submit applications up to Friday 28 October 2022.
Applications are open for the Brownfield Housing Fund, which currently stands at c£35m. Private sector developers, Housing associations and other housing developers can submit applications up to Friday 28 October 2022.
As part of the ‘A New Deal for Britain’ strategy, £53m of capital has been allocated to the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority (SYMCA) for supporting the development of over 3,300 new homes on brownfield land and through conversions, to be started on site by March 2025.
SYMCA will prioritise schemes based on how well they deliver against the principles of Stronger, Greener, Fairer set out in its Economic Strategic Plan with risks and overall deliverability of schemes also evaluated.
Schemes that adopt innovations and/or raise the quality and standards of homes across South Yorkshire are particularly welcome. This Fund will provide opportunities to support new homes on brownfield sites up to the end of March 2025; however, SYMCA is also interested in discussing longer-term housing development opportunities even if schemes do not meet the BHF criteria.
Funding is available to a wide range of public and private sector partners across the housing sector (subject to the production of a compliant Business Case, as well as Value for Money and Subsidy Control considerations).
For the chance to ask questions and get clarifications on the application process, marking and funding allocation there will be an online Q & A event on 13 October 2022, please register here: Brownfield Housing Fund Open Call 2022 - Event Registration Form.
Apply by downloading and completing an Expression of Interest (EOI) Form with the completed form returned no later than 28 October 2022 to: email@example.com
For further information or to contact direct, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To download the SYMCA South Yorkshire Brownfield Housing Fund document please click the link below:
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