£2m for high street recovery in 15 London boroughs

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced the 15 projects receiving more than £2 million in funding through his High Streets for All Challenge.

The projects will breathe new life into our town centres and high streets, helping them to flourish and thrive as we emerge from the pandemic and deliver on the Mayor’s mission to build back London’s economy and society.  

The High Streets for All Challenge will help to transform vacant and underused high street buildings and public spaces, promote local employment, protect existing community and cultural spaces and introduce new types of businesses to London’s high streets.

Khan, said: “The shops, cafes and other businesses on London’s local high streets are the heartbeat of our economy, but they’ve been hit incredibly hard by the Covid pandemic. That’s why I’m delighted to announce this new funding for projects all across the capital that are leading the way with innovative solutions to transform London’s high streets.

“I’m doing all I can to encourage Londoners to safely return to our high streets and I’m looking forward to seeing these projects come to fruition as we build back stronger, greener and fairer for all.”

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