Good Growth Fund: supporting regeneration in London

Good Growth Fund: supporting regeneration in London

The Good Growth Fund is Mayor Sadiq Khan's new £70 million regeneration programme to support growth and community development in London. 

Working with the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP), the fund will support projects that are: inclusive, innovative and which demonstrate an outstanding approach to challenges faced across London.

The Good Growth Fund is currently closed for application, but we will be holding another round in early summer 2018 and will confirm the timescales soon.

In the meantime, please sign up to receive the Mayor’s Regeneration Newsletter to find out about future rounds of the Good Growth Fund and further opportunities for funding and support.

Who can apply?

The Good Growth Fund is open to a broad range of public, private and third-sector organisations in London who want to drive regeneration in their local area. These include:

  • London boroughs
  • sub-regional partnerships 
  • town teams and business improvement districts
  • workspace providers
  • community groups
  • social enterprises
  • small and medium-sized enterprises
  • charities
What will we be funding?

We want to fund a range of projects and hope applicants respond creatively to our suggestions. This list is not exhaustive, and projects may deliver on one or more of the following actions:

  1. Develop civic infrastructure
  2. Back small business
  3. Secure and create workspace
  4. Drive innovation
  5. Build skills and employability
  6. Deliver community-led regeneration
  7. Enhance public space
  8. Share culture

How to apply

1. Read the prospectus - find out more about the fund, application guidance and key dates

2. Complete an Expression of Interest form

3. Submit the form to [email protected] by 4 September 2017.

(You can submit your expression of interest after this deadline, however, it will be reviewed in the next set of project appraisals next year).

Before you submit your application we recommend that you read our Frequently Asked Questions

We'll be in touch with next steps on making your application.