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HM Treasury, Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government, Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Exiting the European Union, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, The Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, The Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, The Rt Hon Andrea Leadsom MP, The Rt Hon David Gauke MP, The Rt Hon David Davis MP, and The Rt Hon Damian Green MP funding in a new move by Chancellor Philip Hammond today (13 August 2016).Key projects supporting economic development across the UK will be given the green light, ending uncertainty over their future following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. And in a new boost to the UK’s agricultural sector Mr Hammond also guaranteed that the current level of agricultural funding under CAP Pillar 1 will be upheld until 2020, as part of the transition to new domestic arrangements.
The facility will complement the £23 million 2007-13 investment in the National Graphene Institute, where currently over 200 scientists and engineers work.
Based in Lowestoft, Suffolk the project is a £6 million fund that will support 200 businesses to develop new and innovative technologies in the offshore renewable energy sector.
A new 3870sqm health and life sciences incubation and innovation centre at Porton Down, Wiltshire is being supported by £3 million of .
The £6.86 million project will provide flexible lab space and office facilities for SMEs, along with new and growing enterprises in Wiltshire.
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, David Gauke, has written to the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, David Davis, setting out the steps that the Treasury will be taking to guarantee funding streams.