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30/03/2022 £2,200 HAXBY FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
24/03/2022 £60,000 BRITISH HOP ASSOCIATION Grant to support the British Hop Breeding Programme. Paid in advance, deliverables not complete until march 2023 when any underspend will be reclaimed.
11/03/2022 £1,040 TWO BROTHERS FISHING LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
10/03/2022 £1,499 OCEAN SPRAY (SCARBOROUGH) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
07/03/2022 £44,403 £77,815 FISHING INTO THE FUTURE The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
28/02/2022 £6,594 ROYAL AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
04/02/2022 £1,593 DW & KM TRAVES The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
04/02/2022 £2,398 MOYALLON The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
03/02/2022 £3,020 £591,942,000 THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR PLACES OF HISTORIC INTEREST OR NATURAL BEAUTY Additional Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path in SouthWest Specifically relating to Planning activities required for the 3 stretches St Mawes to Cremyll, Newquay to Penzance and Combe Martin to Marsland MouthEligible ExpenditureStaff Salaries/costs
02/02/2022 £2,236 SOUTH WEST HANDLINE FISHERMEN'S ASSOCIATION The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/01/2022 £2,134 SMS SEAFOODS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
24/01/2022 £808 FLATT MARINE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
24/01/2022 £1,412 FLATT MARINE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/01/2022 £2,265 THOMAS BROWN The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/01/2022 £1,099 WEYFISH BOAT COMPANY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
18/01/2022 £20,000 £16,277,399 WCMC To inform a recommendation for next steps on the headline indicator of coverage and effectiveness that can be agreed at COP15.- To support UK ambition levels on the CBD global biodiversity framework and at COP15.Objectives: Organise, convene and facilitate a workshop on 30by30 indicators focusing on the various elements of effectiveness, indicators that already exist or are in development, and other key factorsProject Reference
14/01/2022 £2,235 HOLLIE J (ABBOTT) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/01/2022 £1,867 GC & NF BAGWELL The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/01/2022 £921 GC & NF BAGWELL The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/01/2022 £1,470 TREWARTHA FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
30/12/2021 £77,218 BROADS AUTHORITY Award grant funding to support the development of new peatland restoration partnerships and projects for delivery of multiple ecosystem service benefits including carbon storage, increased biodiversity, water quality and water level management.
30/12/2021 £45,860 DORSET CATCHMENT PARTNERSHIPS Award grant funding to support the development of new peatland restoration partnerships and projects for delivery of multiple ecosystem service benefits including carbon storage, increased biodiversity, water quality and water level management.
30/12/2021 £83,515 LINCOLNSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST Award grant funding to support the development of new peatland restoration partnerships and projects for delivery of multiple ecosystem service benefits including carbon storage, increased biodiversity, water quality and water level management.
30/12/2021 £122,686 SOMERSET WILDLIFE TRUST Award grant funding to support the development of new peatland restoration partnerships and projects for delivery of multiple ecosystem service benefits including carbon storage, increased biodiversity, water quality and water level management.
30/12/2021 £185,616 £9,582,086 YORKSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST Award grant funding to support the development of new peatland restoration partnerships and projects for delivery of multiple ecosystem service benefits including carbon storage, increased biodiversity, water quality and water level management.
29/12/2021 £144,652 £591,942,000 NATIONAL TRUST Award grant funding to support the development of new peatland restoration partnerships and projects for delivery of multiple ecosystem service benefits including carbon storage, increased biodiversity, water quality and water level management.
29/12/2021 £50,302 £31,566,000 NIAB Award grant funding to support the development of new peatland restoration partnerships and projects for delivery of multiple ecosystem service benefits including carbon storage, increased biodiversity, water quality and water level management.
29/12/2021 £48,655 NORTH YORK MOORS NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Award grant funding to support the development of new peatland restoration partnerships and projects for delivery of multiple ecosystem service benefits including carbon storage, increased biodiversity, water quality and water level management.
29/12/2021 £63,389 PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Award grant funding to support the development of new peatland restoration partnerships and projects for delivery of multiple ecosystem service benefits including carbon storage, increased biodiversity, water quality and water level management.
23/12/2021 £299 SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Staff time and travel to facilitate planning actions ECP Shoreham to eastbourne stretch.
22/12/2021 £76,270 GLOBAL WILDLIFE CONSERVATION Pu Mat National Park (PMNP) is Vietnams highest priority site for conservation of species suffering tradedriven global declines and threatened species endemic to the Annamites. We will reduce illegal wildlife trade(IWT) in two intensive protection zones through novel application of wildlife crime prevention includingcommunity guardianship and ethical, authentic engagement of women and youth. We will advance knowledgeand evidence impacts of crime prevention for IWT, sharing learning and resources to advance evidence-basedwildlife crime prevention across Vietnam.
21/12/2021 £14,750 FOX DAVIES FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/12/2021 £27,628 RICHARD HAWARD'S OYSTERS (MERSEA) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/12/2021 £16,221 THE REAL CORNISH CRAB COMPANY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
20/12/2021 £447,000 ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS KEW This grant will provide ODA and ICF funding for a project aiming to reduce deforestation and forest degradation within Madagascars national park network by building the capacity of community and regional authorities to manage and monitor natural resources more effectively. A delivery partner will be selected through a competitive grant process. Applicants will be required to submit project proposals which will be evaluated against a set of criteria, explained further in the ITA document. This investment is in line with Defras ICF Investment Plan (to meet its £210 million ICF spend target for Spending Review 15), which was approved by Ministers in June 2018.
20/12/2021 £1,225,021 WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM Contribution to the Friends of Ocean Action Fund
20/12/2021 £7,186 THE DEVON AND CORNWALL FISH COMPANY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/12/2021 £4,279 SMITH&CO The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/12/2021 £9,601 SYSTON TOWN COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
17/12/2021 £12,168 LAWS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/12/2021 £23,680 MATTHEW STEVENS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/12/2021 £9,120 MATTHEW STEVENS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/12/2021 £3,136 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/12/2021 £62,218 CAB INTERNATIONAL St Helenas endemic trees, insects as well as crops are threatened by unidentified introduced pathogens, orchanges to endemic pathogens through climate change. This project will survey and identify pathogensassociated with tree death (including nursery stock), declining crop yields and insect populations. Methodsdeveloped through CABIs Plantwise initiative, will build capacity in diagnostics and management across allsectors, supporting growers, conservationists, and foresters. This will prevent further deterioration of theendemic ecosystem and reduce the necessity to import food.
16/12/2021 £40,000 GOVERNMENT OF TRISTAN DA CUNHA Tristan da Cunha is the most remote inhabited island in the world. Solid waste is currently burnt. This puts atrisk marine and seabird life around the island. The project would have multiple impacts: by recycling plastics itwould reduce the risk of plastics entering the ocean; greater use of recycled materials would mean less needfor imports, thus freeing money for economic and social projects; reduction of harmful particles in theatmosphere; and support for the Marine Protection Zone.
16/12/2021 £720 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path Amble to Bamburgh.
16/12/2021 £13,939 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path Bamburgh to Scottish Border.
16/12/2021 £73,541 £262,084 UK OVERSEAS TERRITORIES CONSERVATION FORUM Adopt a Home for Wildlife (already successfully piloted) enables Montserratians to undertake informeddecisions and actions on land they manage, via training and advice to 100 individuals, so Montserrats uniquewildlife and ecosystems thrive. Livelihoods, based on sustainable-use of natural resources (e.g. food-security,low-impact ecotourism), are demonstrated and promoted. A network of community-led managed conservationareas, covering 100ha, established, stimulating action and engagement among 3,000 Montserratians,addressing urgent challenges to the islands biodiversity (e.g. invasive plants displacing native species).
14/12/2021 £21,650 OSBORNE & SONS (SHELLFISH) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
13/12/2021 £3,905,582 AHDB To award grants to provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to prepare for the Agricultural Transition period which is taking place from 2021-27. In 2019, the Authority launched an application for an Initial Phase of resilience support which was completed in March 2021. This grant competition is centred on an Interim Phase covering the period from 18th August 2021 to 1st March 2022, before a fuller scheme is launched through to 2024.
13/12/2021 £35,000 GENESIS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
13/12/2021 £74,755 SEAFOOD AND EAT IT LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
10/12/2021 £9,996 CALGARY ZOO FOUNDATION The Wechiau Community Hippo Sanctuary: Strengthening Resilience for Continued Success
10/12/2021 £58,773 ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTIGATION AGENCY UK The project aims to reduce the direct killing of tigers by ensuring law enforcement agencies and the privatesector have the information required to combat the criminality and corruption involved in the tiger tradebetween Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and China.Information from research and analysis on the criminal networks, the flow of commodities and finances will beshared with relevant stakeholders including those responsible for enforcement, financial investigations,strengthening legal frameworks and demand reduction activities for tigers.
10/12/2021 £51,407 QUEENS UNIVERSITY BELFAST Antarctic and adjacent faunas are extremely vulnerable to global warming. Marine molluscs represent adiverse group with high commercial and ecological significance, under-represented in conservation planning.We will incorporate climate stressors to IUCN global Red List assessments, to provide a global conservationcontext for marine biodiversity in UKOTs at highest risk from global heating, and new assessment tools thatcan be applied to all UKOTs worldwide
10/12/2021 £79,965 £11,848,010 THE ROYAL UNITED SERVICES INSTITUTE FOR DEFENCE AND SECURITY STUDIES IWT is conducted for profit, yet financial investigations are rarely used. This results in missed opportunities toinvestigate high-level actors and confiscate criminal gain. In 2020, the Financial Action Task Forcerecommended closed IWT cases be revisited to develop financial intelligence. This project supports Malawi,Mozambique, Zambia and Uganda in conducting multi-agency IWT closed-case reviews to generate newfinancial intelligence and improve investigative capacity. Activities will involve financial analysis of cases,delivery of train-the-trainer workshops, best practice and operational support.
10/12/2021 £9,956 £7,904,536 SEND A COW Improving Ecological Connectivity for Enhanced Biodiversity and Livelihoods in MFCA
10/12/2021 £275,755 £16,277,399 WCMC Success will be the creation of three road maps setting out how institutionally and practically the selected countries can eliminate biodiversity loss, move to biodiversity recovery and mainstem biodiversity into decision making frameworks. It will also be a statement calling for political action at the Stockholm 50 + conference in June 2022.The project will deliver:Three country Nature Positive StrategiesOne Global Report to support negotiations at Stockholm 50+The project will support:International Nature StrategySustainable Development GoalsStrategic Integrated ReviewGovernments Response to the Dasgupta Review25 Year Environment Plan.
10/12/2021 £25,694 YAYASAN INISIASI ALAM REHABILITASI (YIARI) Using the coronavirus pandemic as policy window, YIARI will pioneer a One Health approach to wildlife tradegovernance, focused on connections between public health, legal wildlife trade, animal welfare and crosssectoral cooperation. Working with national and local stakeholders across Indonesia, we will formulate a jointstrategy for improved risk analysis and governance of legal trade. We will simultaneously build governmentcapacity to improve market conditions, better monitor and enforce wildlife regulations, and reduce health andconservation threats from wildlife trade.
10/12/2021 £19,330 TRACE-SEA LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
10/12/2021 £1,856 MASTERPLAN OFFSHORE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
10/12/2021 £19,828 ROYS BOYS (HASTINGS) LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
10/12/2021 £39,975 SARAH JANE FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
10/12/2021 £18,305 £3,388,438 NORTHUMBERLAND WILDLIFE TRUST LIMITED The ambition of the Northumberland Peat Partnership (NPP) is to develop a roadmap for peatland restoration across the NPP area and contribute proportionally to DEFRAs targets of putting 35,000ha. degraded peatland on a trajectory to restoration by 2035. A successful NfC Discovery Grant bid would enable NPP to continue its programme of peatland assessment and restoration work with a bid to the NfC Restoration Grant and will define and prioritise the peatland restoration potential to secure further funding over the next 25 years and beyond.
09/12/2021 £10,000 CABI Quinoa-associated fungi in the Andes: diversity, conservation and sustainable use
09/12/2021 £53,630 PRIDE & JOY FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
09/12/2021 £14,960 ROWSE FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
09/12/2021 £9,612 DOWNEY FISHING CO LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
08/12/2021 £32,728 AQUAFISH SOLUTIONS LTD. The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
08/12/2021 £1,587 MASTERPLAN OFFSHORE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
08/12/2021 £6,563 LAWS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
07/12/2021 £19,036 MISTRESS SEA CHARTERS The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
07/12/2021 £22,520 FAVIS OF SALCOMBE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/12/2021 £1,473 WHITSTABLE OYSTER TRADING COMPANY LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/12/2021 £5,893 NIPPERS SHELLFISH LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
03/12/2021 £1,493 ODD FOUR FISHING LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
03/12/2021 £86,142 LONDON BOROUGH OF WALTHAM FOREST The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
02/12/2021 £1,794 CORNWALL COUNCIL The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/12/2021 £17,775 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
01/12/2021 £21,250 DW FISHERIES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
01/12/2021 £14,248 S W FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
30/11/2021 £2,722 ANN LOUISE FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
30/11/2021 £1,623 TWEACK The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
30/11/2021 £9,466 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
29/11/2021 £111,182 NORTH DEVON COUNCIL The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
29/11/2021 £49,275 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
29/11/2021 £17,063 THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF FISHERMEN'S ORGANISATION LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/11/2021 £4,851 MASTERPLAN OFFSHORE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/11/2021 £17,365 M R DURRANS FISHING LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/11/2021 £19,775 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/11/2021 £21,775 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/11/2021 £4,566 C SOUTHERLAND & SONS SHELLFISH The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/11/2021 £8,384 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
25/11/2021 £18,750 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL (REGEN AND FUNDING) The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
25/11/2021 £2,216 SEA CHIPS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
25/11/2021 £40,839 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
25/11/2021 £8,114 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
24/11/2021 £6,626 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
24/11/2021 £215,016 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER COUNCIL (THE MERSEY FOREST) The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
24/11/2021 £9,601 OXFORD DIRECT SERVICES The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
24/11/2021 £9,466 DARTFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
24/11/2021 £54,227 DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
24/11/2021 £6,491 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
23/11/2021 £79,110 MIDDLESBROUGH 30,000 TREES The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
23/11/2021 £140,234 £5,462,620 COMMUNITY FOREST TRUST The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
22/11/2021 £19,800 £28,669,000 MARINE STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/11/2021 £8,114 CHORLEY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
22/11/2021 £618,948 GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
19/11/2021 £24,420 WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for South Hayling to East Head (SHE) (lengths 2-5) and East Head to Shoreham-by-Sea (ESH) lengths 1 to 6.Including Eligible Expenditure.Staff salaries/costTravelProfessional fees
19/11/2021 £1,236 DORSET COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Kimmeridge Bay to Highcliffe.Eligible ExpenditureStaff salaries/costs
19/11/2021 £73,189 £25,595,941 FAUNA & FLORA INTERNATIONAL The biologically diverse Mann Reserved Forest is globally important, but under threat from unsustainableagriculture. With a private-sector partner, FFI will enable farmers from 11 villages to develop gibbon-friendlyagroforestry coffee as an alternative to shifting agriculture, in exchange for gibbon protection measures. Thiswill reduce dependency on forest clearance while strengthening livelihoods, and support the managementobjectives of the soon-to-be-gazetted 12,400ha Mann Wildlife Sanctuary. This approach has great potential forreplication within the Arakan mountains
19/11/2021 £11,833 UNIVERSIDAD DE COSTA RICA New socio-economic pressures threaten Costa Rican biodiversity. It is urgent to show that with ideas andsupport, it is possible to conserve nature and also receive benefits. We will challenge communities in "felidconflict hotspots" to come together to compete for a great opportunity: to access an ecolabel for incubationand acceleration of products and experiences with promotion and management of possible sales channels.Communities will earn a redefined relationship with wildlife by improving their stewardship of jaguars andpumas.
19/11/2021 £84,773 £25,595,941 FAUNA & FLORA INTERNATIONAL The second-largest forest block in the countys northern region is home to Vietnams last population ofCritically Endangered western black gibbon, alongside other threatened species. Land conversion,deforestation, hunting and snaring, are driven by inadequate forest governance, ineffective protection andunsustainable livelihood practices of local communities. Improving protected area management, collaboration,equity and grievance redress, whilst supporting diversification of livelihoods and innovative, sustainableprotected area financing, will decrease pressures on critical forest habitat and improve community wellbeing.
19/11/2021 £22,379 £7,197,006 TREE AID In order to reduce deforestation and desertification in Malis Segou Region, the project will strengthen andscale-up decentralised forest management to protect and restore dryland forest ecosystems, covering25,000hectares. This will be achieved by building organisational and institutional capacities for effectivestewardship of forests. 6,500hectares of degraded agricultural land will also be restored through tree plantingand sustainable land management practices alongside reduced anthropogenic pressures. Finally, alternativelivelihoods will be promoted based on the viable use of non-timber forest products.
19/11/2021 £50,679 £25,595,941 FAUNA & FLORA INTERNATIONAL Virachey National Park (VNP) forms the core of one of the most biologically-important and endangered tropicalforests in the world, supporting northern yellow-cheeked crested gibbon, clouded leopard, Asian elephant, andSunda pangolin. It is deeply connected with Indigenous Peoples' cultures and livelihoods.External development pressures and short-term economic interests are prompting shifts towardsunsustainable resource extraction and encroachment.Working with local people, the project will develop conservation zonation and management plans, strengthenindigenous communities capacity, and support sustainable livelihoods.
19/11/2021 £10,000 PLAN INTERNATIONAL INC Improving biodiversity management in indigenous communities near Iquitos, Peru
19/11/2021 £113,992 £25,595,941 FAUNA & FLORA INTERNATIONAL In Central Asia, wildlife is smuggled across vast international borders, but law enforcement agencies lacksufficient data, resources and trained personnel to mount an effective response. This project will combat IWTin Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan by identifying trade hotspots/routes and strengtheningcapacity to intercept wildlife products (training >150 frontline officers, rolling-out of sniffer dogs) in thesestrategic locations. By engaging with key decision-makers, we will promote greater, more coordinated actionagainst IWT at a national and transboundary level.
19/11/2021 £6,900 JUBILEE FISHING CO LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/11/2021 £12,403 INGHAM FISHERIES The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/11/2021 £2,542 MASTERPLAN OFFSHORE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/11/2021 £11,531 NEWBIGGIN SHELLFISH LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/11/2021 £54,953 LYNN SHELLFISH LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/11/2021 £165,934 KINGFISHER SEAFOODS LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/11/2021 £85,937 WHITSTABLE OYSTER TRADING COMPANY LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
18/11/2021 £6,000 SWANAGE SEA FISHING The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
18/11/2021 £63,207 DORSET SHELLFISH COMPANY (POOLE) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
18/11/2021 £3,305 MCB SEAFOODS LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/11/2021 £14,000 NORTHERN SHORES MARINE CONSULTANCY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/11/2021 £6,491 PLUMPTON COLLEGE The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
17/11/2021 £5,139 WEST HOVE TREES PROJECT (FRIENDS OF STONEHAM PARK) The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
16/11/2021 £21,047 RG SEAFOODS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/11/2021 £1,623 BALFOUR PRIMARY SCHOOL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
16/11/2021 £70,049 SOUTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
16/11/2021 £4,733 THE 4TH DUKE OF WESTMINSTER'S 1964 SETTLEMENT "EATON ESTATE" The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
16/11/2021 £9,601 TRANSITION TOWN HASTINGS The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
15/11/2021 £42,030 FURNESS FISH AND GAME LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
15/11/2021 £16,278 NORTHERN SHORES MARINE CONSULTANCY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
15/11/2021 £10,711 DOWNEY FISHING CO LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
12/11/2021 £18,011 OUTCAST 2 LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
12/11/2021 £2,920 WIGHTMAN FISHING LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
12/11/2021 £9,057 PADWORTH TROUT FARM LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
12/11/2021 £23,459 JURASSIC SEA FARMS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
12/11/2021 £20,769 TII AQUACULTURE LIMITED TRADING AS PORLOCK BAY OYSTERS The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
12/11/2021 £15,081 NORTHERN SHORES MARINE CONSULTANCY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/11/2021 £1,044 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL, STREETCARE Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required Aust to Brean Down - South Gloucestershire CouncilEligible ExpenditureStaff Salaries/costs
11/11/2021 £3,619 S J MEDDLE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/11/2021 £39,642 LYMEBAYDRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/11/2021 £1,026 VOYAGER The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/11/2021 £8,008 VIVIERS (UK) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/11/2021 £1,623 ROTTINGDEAN IN BLOOM/ FRIENDS OF BEACON HILL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
10/11/2021 £4,598 FRIENDS OF QUEENS PARK The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
10/11/2021 £40,839 SOUTH HAMS DISTRICT COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
09/11/2021 £1,900,000 GLOBAL RESILIENCE PARTNERSHIP A direct award grant to the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA).ORRAA is a multi-stakeholder alliance to enable collaboration, financial innovation and investment in nature-based solutions to build resilience in regions and communities that are most vulnerable to ocean risk.IMPACT: Improved resilience, adaptation to and mitigation of climate change through enabling and investing in inclusive nature-based solutions.Outputs: ORRAAs aim is to drive $500 million of investment into NBS by 2030, and surface at least 15 novel finance products by 2025.
09/11/2021 £61,620 SEAFOOD AND EAT IT PROCESSING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
09/11/2021 £50,808 JEFFREY GILLARD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
09/11/2021 £19,036 HOSANNA FISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
09/11/2021 £13,000 ROLAND KELLY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
09/11/2021 £13,515 DW FISHERIES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
08/11/2021 £7,008 J M M FISHERIES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
05/11/2021 £74,475 SUBZERO (GRIMSBY) LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
05/11/2021 £71,812 LYMEBAYDRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
04/11/2021 £9,601 DORCHESTER TOWN COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
04/11/2021 £271,136 £4,041,686 TREES FOR CITIES The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
02/11/2021 £49,249 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/11/2021 £19,275 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
01/11/2021 £9,466 ISPWICH BOROUGH COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
01/11/2021 £8,655 LONDON BOROUGH OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
29/10/2021 £48,750 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
29/10/2021 £4,348 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
29/10/2021 £8,114 BROXBOURNE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TRADING The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
28/10/2021 £102,128 £25,595,941 FAUNA & FLORA INTERNATIONAL Cape Verdes Brava island hosts 21 endangered and/or vulnerable endemic plant species. Overgrazing is aprimary threat to its biodiversity, causing erosion and desertification, exacerbated by droughts that threaten thelivelihoods of the islands 6,000 inhabitants. This project will address Bravas multiple environmental, climateand livelihoods challenges by piloting and implementing practical conservation actions and facilitating thedevelopment of an island-wide, community-based grazing management plan, a first in Cape Verde, which willbe promoted as a model for other islands.
28/10/2021 £25,006 BIOVERSITY INTERNATIONAL (IPGRI) Tree-based restoration is critical for biodiversity, rural livelihoods and nutrition. In Cameroon, lack ofconservation and use of native forest genetic resources has contributed to the countrys failure to meet itsAFR100 restoration pledge of 12 million hectares. Stakeholders will identify 30+ priority native tree speciesand use technology to monitor seeds from collection to planting, aimed at making genetically-diverse, climateresilient, and locally-adapted tree species available for landscape restoration efforts, delivering livelihood andenvironment benefits for rural populations
28/10/2021 £57,433 £21,046,000 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT Degradation of Kenyas sacred Kaya forests threatens biodiversity and livelihoods: endemic trees forfuelwood/medicine/fruit; golden-rumped elephant-shrew; endemic butterflies; nutritious indigenous vegetables.Biodiversity in Kayas and landscapes will be protected and restored by:Establishing a Biocultural Heritage Territory that empowers Kaya elders to enforce conservation rules;Building capacity to generate alternative income;Restoring endangered trees and elephant-shrew habitat;Halving fuelwood consumption;Restoring multi-purpose trees on-farm, reducing pressure on Kayas;Restoring agrobiodiversity, butterflies and ecological connectivity.
28/10/2021 £50,423 MADAGASCAR FAUNA AND FLORA GROUP To enable the long-term conservation of biodiversity in the target protected areas, this project will provide ruralMalagasy with tools, seedlings, training, technical assistance and market access to derive resilient,sustainable livelihoods that also build natural capital in the production landscapes surrounding two importantbut threatened protected areas. Diverse agroforestry methods will be used to sustainably increase cropdiversity, household income and tree cover, thereby reducing susceptibility to extreme climate events andpressure on remaining local forests.
28/10/2021 £113,590 NEZS (CHESTER ZOO) The Agnalazaha forest, one of the largest remaining fragments of rare littoral forest in Madagascar, isthreatened by cutting trees to make stakes by local subsistence farmers who erect fences to protect cropsfrom free-ranging cattle. Cutting these stems degrades the forest, reduces its integrity, and impacts rare nativebiota. We will support farmers by providing training, equipment, and materials (including hedging plants) toplant and manage stock-proof hedges thereby protecting crops, improving livelihoods, and conserving theforest.
28/10/2021 £23,245 BANGOR UNIVERSITY Susan will develop skills in using local knowledge to develop under-utilized trees for use in restoration (andincrease her conservation knowledge and networks). She will do this through studying at Bangor, working withTreborth Botanic Garden, and doing research and apply it to help implement ITPGRFA and CBD in Uganda.
28/10/2021 £17,900 THE UNIVERSITY OF KENT Increase capacity in Colombia and Costa Rica for applying molecular genetic techniques by training the Fellowin molecular laboratory and analytical skills involving nuclear and mitochondrial DNA, and equipping her withknowledge to help guide captive-breeding efforts, wild population management and reintroduction plans for thecritically-endangered Great Green Macaw
28/10/2021 £130,521 NATIONAL TRUST FOR NATURE CONSERVATION The Banke-Bardia complex holds the second largest population of endangered Royal Bengal Tiger in Nepal.Poaching and illegal trade of tiger and its body parts, hunting of prey species for meat and livelihood, andretaliatory killings are major threats to tiger conservation. The project aims to reduce the threats to tigersthrough nature-based livelihood support programmes to ~800 targeted households involved in hunting,capacitating frontline staff and strengthen wildlife enforcement together with increasing conservationawareness among local communities.
28/10/2021 £123,204 £70,885,000 THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON This project will protect two important Critically Endangered Palawan pangolin populations through developingcommunity-led local pangolin conservation models (LPCAs) for replication across the species range. Thismodel: i) empowers local communities to manage their natural resources; ii) creates incentives for protectingpangolins, explicitly linking pangolin conservation to financial benefits from sustainable livelihoods andcommunity banking schemes; iii) increases social benefits from positive pangolin stewardship; and iv)strengthens disincentives for poaching/trafficking through building law enforcement capacity and commitmentto combating IWT.
28/10/2021 £103,813 BASEL INSTITUTE ON GOVERNANCE The project will help Ugandas wildlife enforcement bodies leapfrog the hurdles to catching and convictingtransnational wildlife traffickers by: a) scaling up financial investigations at the Natural Resource ConservationNetwork (NRCN) and its partners Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) and Uganda Revenue Authority (URA); b)upgrading financial network analysis skills, including open-source intelligence, mobile payments andcryptocurrencies; c) advancing IWT cases by building prosecutorial skills to argue financial aspects in court; d)facilitating information flows to/from transport and financial firms
28/10/2021 £115,014 NATIONAL TRUST FOR NATURE CONSERVATION Chitwan National Park, a World Heritage site is biodiversity rich area with rare and endangered wildliferhinos, tigers, elephants, pangolins, gharials. Poaching/IWT is a major threat to wildlife. Socio-economicallymarginalized people are often used by middleman and lured on poaching/IWT. Economic impacts of COVID19 has further accelerated this risk. Thus, this project will focus on i) providing alternative livelihoods to thetargeted IWT affected families ii) strengthening Community Based Anti-Poaching Units (CBAPUs), and iii)education/outreach activities to enhance awareness.
28/10/2021 £105,738 BASEL INSTITUTE ON GOVERNANCE This project aims to disrupt IWT networks in Bolivia and Peru by embedding financial investigation and assetrecovery into IWT enforcement practice, building on the successful application of asset recovery techniques tocombat organised crime and corruption in Latin America.Activities:1. Mentor environmental crime prosecutors to use a follow-the-money approach.2. Galvanise peer-based training for specialised prosecutors and investigators.3. Facilitate cross-border and public-private information flows to disrupt trans-national environmentalcriminals.
28/10/2021 £132,200 PANECO FOUNDATION Sumatran orangutans and elephants are extremely vulnerable to IWT, and demand for these species is highand well-documented. Our project will enhance the Acehnese provincial legislative framework, and agencylevel capacity for effective application of IWT laws. Furthermore, we will increase presence and efficacy of onthe-ground protection responses to tackle IWT across the Leuser and Ulu Masen Ecosystems, and strengthenhow human-wildlife conflict, as a driver of IWT, is mitigated while fostering Acehnese community-led andtraditional wildlife protection.
28/10/2021 £97,907 LILONGWE WILDLIFE TRUST Wildlife trafficking in Malawi will be reduced through securing effective and fair wildlife crime prosecutions. Wewill conduct courtroom monitoring, private prosecutions, support open judicial dialogue and case law reviews.We have proven these activities to be effective in securing appropriate, deterrent sentences. Our work will helpdrive transparency in judicial processes, reduce corruption and deliver on-the-job mentoring. Collaboratingwith Zambian and Zimbabwean partners will enable regional analysis of court outcomes and promote sharedlearning in effective wildlife crime prosecutions.
28/10/2021 £219,179 £70,885,000 THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON Co-designed with Mongolian and UK partners this project will disrupt IWT through: 1) building and sustainingthe newly established Ecological Police Department (EPD) and partners law enforcement (LE) efficacy,through institutionalising state-of-the-art training; 2) establishing world-class standards for EPD Detector Dogtraining and strategic deployment; 3) strengthening EPDs rural engagement through partnership withArkhangai Local Protected Area (LPA), empowering community-led governance to jointly mitigate IWT, whileimproving wellbeing; and 4) bolstering public awareness of EPDs role in combating IWT.
28/10/2021 £11,077 ENVIRONMENTAL FOUNDATION (GUARANTEE) LIMITED The project aims to take essential steps towards the revival of the Sri Lankan Wildlife Enforcement Network(SLaWEN) and equip the network with the means for an improved law enforcement response to the traffickingof wildlife from and through Sri Lanka.A tailored, need-based wildlife trafficking and conservation course will be administered to officers of SLaWENmember institutions. Further, timely and responsive action on IWT cases will be encouraged throughengagement with judicial and prosecutorial officers.
28/10/2021 £154,219 £3,265,272 SAVE THE RHINO INTERNATIONAL Trafficking rhino horns is a form of organised, sophisticated crime that requires professional institutionsassistance to examine the flow of illicit funds. The South African Police Services (SAPS) Directorate forPriority Crime Investigations (DPCI) has asked KPMG to assist with investigating a major criminal network andprovide the evidence needed by the National Prosecuting Authoritys (NPA) Prosecutions Directorate andAsset Forfeiture Unit (AFU) to secure convictions. Lessons learned will be shared with selected rhino-rangestate agencies and via international financial taskforces.
28/10/2021 £166,093 £70,885,000 THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON Across the Green transboundary corridors in Chitwan-Sindhuli, this project will protect pangolins and otherillegally traded wildlife species, through i) improved national and transboundary intelligence sharing andcoordination among law enforcement agencies (LEA) ii) upskilled LEA agents utilising evidence-basedapproaches to inform effective LE efforts to disrupt IWT iii) community-managed pangolin conservation areasimplementing a community-led pangolin protected area (PA) network, and iv) vulnerable community membersengaging in sustainable livelihoods and inclusive participatory decision-making, resulting in improved wellbeing
28/10/2021 £101,506 ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTIGATION AGENCY UK This project will reduce the international trafficking of elephant ivory and pangolins in West/Central Africa. Itwill do this by building more effective criminal justice responses to organised wildlife trafficking in Nigeria byworking with government and civil-society organisations. The project will generate information to informintelligence-led law enforcement investigations into trafficking and corruption, build capacity for wildlife crimefinancial investigations, and enhance regional cooperation, including with Gabon and Cameroon.
28/10/2021 £32,875 PROVITA Effective behavior change campaigns in South American countries are limited by heterogeneous quality indesign schemes and language barriers that impede the adoption of existing best practices.We propose to increase the adoption of best practices for such campaigns and their taxonomic andgeographic reach by: 1) implementing theory and evidence-based campaigns for two Venezuelan threatenedbird species, with contrasting illegal trade dynamics, and 2) generating tools and guides to design and monitorcampaigns adapted to regional conditions and language.
28/10/2021 £23,190 ASOCIACION CIVIL ARMONIA Armonía-Bolivia stopped the illegal wildlife trade of the Critically Endangered Red-fronted Macaw in the RioMizque population through a broad education program, and the development of ecotourism, beekeeping andeco-agricultural programs. We will develop these same programs in the Torotoro Municipality to end this lastillegal wildlife trade stronghold in Bolivia. The direct and indirect beneficiaries of this project are five Quechuacommunities, the Torotoro municipality (10,870 inhabitants) and National Park and over 2 million people livingin large cities.
28/10/2021 £109,477 £3,100,538 SPACE FOR GIANTS SFG and the East African Association of Prosecutors (EAAP) will work in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and S.Sudan to:-improve wildlife crime legal capacity and convictions-tackle corruption-recover criminals assetsSFG will monitor and review wildlife case performance in all countries, produce baseline surveys of wildlifecrime prosecutions in Rwanda & S.Sudan, and develop S.Sudans Mutual Legal Assistance (MLA) Law &Prosecution Policy, and a regional MLA guide for trans-boundary collaboration on IWT across the region
28/10/2021 £70,000 DW FISHERIES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
28/10/2021 £43,167 DW FISHERIES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
28/10/2021 £1,623 LITTLE SHELFORD PARISH COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
28/10/2021 £4,057 ETHICAL READING COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
28/10/2021 £1,893 WINCHESTER CITY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
27/10/2021 £3,300 CEH Pollinators species such as Lepidoptera are threatened by land-use change, invasive non-native species andclimate change. The proposed fellowship will enhance the knowledge of pollinators in the Sovereign BaseArea of Akrotiri (on Cyprus) and will provide support for the implementation of citizen science schemes and theconservation of pollinators
27/10/2021 £10,980 ENALIA PHYSIS ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CENTRE Increasing awareness amongst people of the threat posed by invasive non-native species (INNS) is critical toinform decision-making. Through this fellowship we will increase local knowledge within the SBAs, Cyprus andbeyond by providing accessible, user-friendly on-line resources through an on-line database alongside citizenscience to study native species-INNS interactions
27/10/2021 £32,585 GOVERNMENT OF ANGUILLA The project will build capacity in Anguilla to reduce the risk of introduction and spread of invasive plantspecies. Through a programme of learning by doing, skill sharing and community involvement five priorityinvasive plant species will be tackled, with eradication of at least three, and a monitoring programmeestablished for early warning and rapid response. Biosecurity will be strengthened. Lessons learned will beshared with other regional UKOT territories, and an Invasive Plant Strategy developed to guide future work
27/10/2021 £199,401 £1,019,502 FALKLANDS CONSERVATION Recovering populations of southern right whales and endangered sei whales occur around the Falklands.Informed management decisions are hindered by lack of knowledge of their local and region-wide occurrence.This project uses telemetry to track individual whales, and boat/aerial surveys to address data gaps ondistribution, abundance and ecology. Management outputs include a draft Species Action Plan, KeyBiodiversity Area assessment, and recognition of Falklands whale populations by regional regulators.Community and stakeholder engagement will optimise support of management recommendations.
27/10/2021 £54,389 £70,885,000 INSTITUTE OF ZOOLOGY Significant concerns exist over the sustainability of Diego Garcias (DG) reef fisheries. We will conduct anurgent impact assessment of DGs two fisheries, quantify their true nature and extent, develop biologicalreference points and elucidate spawning seasons for vulnerable reef predators. We will also determine thesocietal drivers of fishing, the current understanding of existing fishery regulations, and stakeholderperceptions of management options. We will produce feasible, effective management recommendations andengage stakeholders to ensure long-term sustainable fisheries management
27/10/2021 £84,641 £143,112,000 RSPB The largely undeveloped Sister Islands (Cayman Brac and Little Cayman) are Caymans environmentalflagships, home to the Territorys only RAMSAR site and its most internationally significant wildlife. InvasiveAlien Vertebrates (IAV) pose a major yet largely unmanaged threat. Feral cat predation has resulted incatastrophic native species declines whilst invasive green iguanas are spreading from Grand Cayman. Thisproject will strengthen Territory-wide biosecurity and implement IAV management with local communities,building knowledge, capacity and support for effective and sustainable action.
27/10/2021 £90,000 ENVIRONMENT SYSTEMS LIMITED The project will provide evidence of the dynamic resilience of Caicos Islands wetlands, and how they supportbiodiversity, coastal protection, and natural capital.It will evaluate historic change, show how future climate could impact the wetlands, and provide evidence toreview the Ramsar extent. It will develop a monitoring framework and dashboard to view project and ongoingmonitoring data, build technical and scientific capacity in local staff, in order to help sustain wetlandmanagement in the long term
27/10/2021 £41,882 CARIBBEAN NATURAL RESOURCES INSTITUTE Sargassum influxes have had increasingly negative ecological and socio-economic impacts on Anguilla, BritishVirgin Islands and Montserrat since 2011.This project will implement a participatory and multi-level approach to manage sargassum influxes to protectand enhance coastal and marine biodiversity and associated livelihoods. Key activities include: improvingresearch, monitoring and early warnings of influxes to inform decision-making; strengthening multi-stakeholderengagement; and building the capacity of coastal and marine managers and users for sargassum use,removal and rehabilitation of affected areas.
27/10/2021 £59,936 ANGUILLA NATIONAL TRUST This project takes a joined up approach to restore and conserve Anguillas pollinators and degraded habitats.It joins-up habitats by creating rewilded pollinator pathways (B-lines) and joins-up people throughcollaborative, community-based actions. An assessment of Anguillas B-Line pollinators (bees, butterflies,birds, bats) informs a collaboratively-developed National Pollinators Strategy. Through the creation ofsustainable alternative livelihood opportunities (beekeeping), and an increase in public awareness, this projectfosters support for community-based conservation and increased species and habitat resiliency whileaddressing biodiversity loss.
27/10/2021 £24,395 UNIVERSITY OF EXETER Ascension Island supports one of the worlds largest green turtle nesting populations that has been monitoredusing standard methods since the 1970s. However, with exponential increases in nesting activity in recentyears, existing monitoring commitments are quickly becoming unsustainable for local Government. Thisproject will use innovative modelling techniques to streamline the Ascension Island marine turtle monitoringprogramme (AIMTMP) while evaluating new, labour-saving technologies that could contribute to the long-termcontinuity of this globally-important dataset.
27/10/2021 £44,744 ASCENSION ISLAND GOVERNMENT Mexican thorn is the most damaging invasive species on Ascension. This project will take a strategic and
27/10/2021 £32,955 ASCENSION ISLAND GOVERNMENT integrated approach to controlling thorn on Ascension including rigorous assessment of further biocontrol and
27/10/2021 £108,004 £4,766,803 MARINE CONSERVATION SOCIETY improved chemical and mechanical treatment. The project will ensure local capacity is built to deliver those
27/10/2021 £73,040 FISHERIES AND MARINE RESOURCES UNIT most appropriate and cost-effective for Ascension. The outcome will be a step change in our ability to control
27/10/2021 £8,594 CHAGOS CONSERVATION TRUST Mexican thorn and result in a long-term contraction of its range and restoration of habitats.
27/10/2021 £41,905 £1,423,520 SOUTH ATLANTIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE A cornerstone of effective MPA management is how boundaries protect globally significant populations ofmarine higher predators (MHP; seals, seabirds, cetaceans). DPLUS0071 identified limited MHP tracking dataimpeded fine-scaling FI Marine Managed Areas (MMAs). This project will fill data gaps for globally significantMHP, enable fine-scaling of FI MMAs, and deliver risk assessment frameworks to facilitate informed decisionmaking. This will be achieved through a cost effective, locally driven MHP tracking program and workshops, inpartnership with FIG and JNCC.
27/10/2021 £53,621 HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY The Cayman Islands lie adjacent to deep ocean trenches, yet little is known of its marine life below 50m, orwhether its deep reefs offer a refuge from climate change. The project will undertake surveys of Caymanseabed habitats down to 2000m and evaluate connectivity between shallow-water and deep-reef communities.The work will focus on threatened and commercial fish species, including sharks, and map the distribution ofdeep-water coral and other biotopes with a view to designating additional protected areas.
27/10/2021 £19,751 JNCC Seabird population declines on South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands (SGSSI) may be attributed tofactors including bird-strike: the collision of birds in flight with vessels resulting in physical injury or death.Currently, however, factors leading to bird-strike and the magnitude of the problem, are poorly understood.This project will develop bird-strike reporting systems for vessels operating in SGSSI Maritime Zones. This willensure practical, standardised data collection and robust analysis to inform management practises of theGovernment of SGSSI.
27/10/2021 £75,024 UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM South Georgias unique terrestrial ecosystems are vulnerable to invasion by non-native plants andinvertebrates that will benefit from climate change. Our project will generate information immediatelyapplicable to conservation management in a warming climate by 1) recording colonisation of recentlydeglaciated areas by non-native species, 2) identifying winning and losing native and non-native plantsunder simulated warming, 3) mapping invasive carabid beetle and native invertebrate distribution andabundance, and 4) identifying high-risk potential future invaders from the Falkland Islands
27/10/2021 £134,758 BERMUDA INSTITUTE OF OCEAN SCIENCES Though the use of innovative methodologies, this project will fill critical knowledge gaps on Bermudas mobiledeep-sea biodiversity and support both the Bermuda and UK Governments strategic biodiversity conservationpriorities. The complimentary use of environmental DNA metabarcoding and baited cameras will generatebaseline data to feed into the nascent MPA network as the Government develops spatial protection measuresunder the Bermuda Ocean Prosperity Programme (BOPP). This work will focus on species of highly migratoryand mobile predatory fishes
27/10/2021 £118,473 JNCC Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease is spreading rapidly across reefs in Caribbean UK Overseas Territories(OTs), threatening biodiversity, tourism, food security, livelihoods and disaster resilience. An urgent priority,this project will develop a strong collaborative approach to managing the disease in the Cayman Islands, Turksand Caicos Islands, and British Virgin Islands and consider modelling approaches to inform adaptivemanagement options. Knowledge exchange will be extended to all Caribbean OTs and a longer-termpartnership to support coral reef resilience fostered.
27/10/2021 £95,509 FALKLAND ISLANDS GOVERNMENT (SOUTH ATLANTIC ENVIROMENTAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE) Small nations can mitigate climate change impacts locally. The project will focus on key species that supportfisheries and ecosystems. Physiological experiments will establish tolerances of key species. It will establishthe first Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management (EAF) framework, develop and understanding climatechange impacts to fisheries/marine ecosystems. Through workshops it will explore Climate Change Adaptation(CCA) interventions which could inform decisions on whether to mainstream CCA and EAF into sustainablefisheries, conservation of marine ecosystems, governance and policy.
27/10/2021 £113,199 £74,093,000 NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY CENTRE The marine environment can be effectively managed using Marine Spatial Planning (MSP - similar in conceptto planning on land). However, extra tools are required to consider the impacts of human activities on marinehabitats. This project translates existing tools, which currently used to support MSP in Europe, for use in theBVI. The tools will be integrated into an existing framework used in the BVI and facilitate the production ofmarine spatial plans by the Government of the BVI.
27/10/2021 £30,465 UK CENTRE FOR ECOLOGY & HYDROLOGY Terrestrial biodiversity on Diego Garcia is under-recorded and at risk from invasive non-native species (INNS).Our project surveys amphibians, reptiles, invertebrates and plants, creates distribution- and risk-maps. We willproduce an updated inventory of invertebrates with DNA-barcodes for selected species, and design anddeliver biosecurity training, with outputs shared across UKOTs. Collaborating with the BIOT Administration, wewill develop management plans to prevent future invasions and mitigate impacts of INNS. All data collectedwill be shared via Open Access platforms
27/10/2021 £92,732 £74,093,000 NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHY CENTRE Marine habitat maps provide vital information on what is where. Consequently, marine habitat maps arenecessary for understanding the distribution of impacts, the planning of sustainable human actives at sea andthe placement of protected marine area. This project will combine recent high-value surveys of the physicalseabed with additional fieldwork to produce new and more extensive maps for the BVI marine environmentsurround. The fieldwork will also examine the change in marine habitats over time and their current condition.
27/10/2021 £44,068 BIRDLIFE CYPRUS The project aims to restore key wildlife habitats within the Cyprus SBAs, focusing on Akrotiri wetlands andnative scrub on Cape Pyla (Dhekelia), while also developing eco-tourism opportunities to support the localeconomy and encourage wise use.On Cape Pyla, we focus on management to tackle invasive acacia and restore natural vegetation, while onAkrotiri peninsula the focus is on sustainable reed-bed management, including through cattle grazing, andimplementing an access management plan to tackle the disturbance threat for wildlife.
27/10/2021 £17,974 DORSET SHELLFISH COMPANY (POOLE) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/10/2021 £4,598 BEDFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
27/10/2021 £4,868 STEVENAGE BOROUGH COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
26/10/2021 £100,000 £609,012 THAMES ESTUARY PARTNERSHIP The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/10/2021 £7,054 WEYMOUTH HARBOUR, DORSET COUNCIL The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/10/2021 £6,409 GJ & VJ NICHOLAS PARTNERSHIP The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
25/10/2021 £92,239 £1,423,520 SOUTH ATLANTIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE The balance between sustainable tropical marine ecosystems (TME) and Sustainable Small-scale Fisheries(SSSF) is delicate. SSSF require robust evidence-based management, which in TCI is impeded by insufficientfish landings and life history data for stock assessments. With DECR and local fishers, the project will: buildfishers capacity for participation in fisheries management; centralise landing sites; train DECR staff in landingand biological data collection and management; provide equipment for the DECR Fisheries laboratory andconduct stock assessments using data collected.
25/10/2021 £5,313 CAS PAR CAS SCOTLAND LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
25/10/2021 £2,660 CAZADORA LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
25/10/2021 £1,921 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
25/10/2021 £1,921 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
25/10/2021 £25,750 LARRY'S FISHCAKES LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £23,437 INGHAM FISHERIES The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £8,488 HURST POINT FISHERIES LTD. The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £1,164 CAS PAR CAS SCOTLAND LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £1,935 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £1,921 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £2,646 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £2,646 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £2,646 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £1,921 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/10/2021 £2,745 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/10/2021 £78,155 £70,885,000 INSTITUTE OF ZOOLOGY A direct award grant to support ZSL vaccination activity of badgers against bovine TB in response to landowner interest granting access to land. Activity involves staff training, establishing new vaccination areas and collecting samples to test for effectiveness of vaccinations across varied seasonal conditions.
21/10/2021 £2,646 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/10/2021 £6,800 CHESTER ZOO (NORTH OF ENGLAND ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY) This Project will focus on developing a community-owned and community-driven model of managingconflict with big cats in the project area. Government funding is accorded for conservation work, includingmanagement of human-wildlife conflicts but only within the bounds of the tiger reserves. Territorialadministrative divisions are responsible for dealing with conflicts outside of the reserves but are poorlyfunded, lack the capacity and skill to mitigate and manage conflict effectively. The government has rarelyfocused any resources on developing capacity and skills of local communities to tackle conflict situations.WTI have been working in the reserves for 6 years, but with the ending of the current Project supported bythe USFWS, and an imminent need to enhance the work, WTI has reached out to Chester Zoo for support indeveloping this project further. We would therefore like to develop a partnership to design the next phaseof the Project, specifically, to bolster the existing work with community development initiatives, drivingpositive change in behaviour and practices that reduce conflicts, and employ an evidence-based approachto drive policy change that supports community owned conflict management frameworks.
19/10/2021 £434 THE JAMES HUTTON INSTITUTE The main objectives of the visit are to:1) Enhance and develop the working relationship between JHI and The Agricultural University of Georgia,2) To develop a clear understanding by both partners of the processes involved in applying for a Darwinproject,3) To establish the infrastructure, logistical and administrative complexities which would be involved insetting up and running a Darwin project in Georgia,4) To hold a workshop where interested parties, stakeholders and University staff meet to discuss thedevelopment of the proposed Darwin project,5) To establish links with in-country aid agencies (e.g. UNDP [https://www.ge.undp.org/] to benefit fromlocal knowledge and to seek synergies with existing programmes,6) To visit a number of villages in the mountainous districts to gain first-hand experience and anunderstanding of the social complexities, physical logistics, training requirements and equipment involvedin working with local communities for the production of edible fungi,7) To visit local sawmills to assess availability of waste material substrates and the logistics of access.
19/10/2021 £9,936 £70,885,000 INSTITUTE OF ZOOLOGY Proposed Outcome:An explicit partnership with local experts to gather knowledge on vanishingly rare species provides arespectful model for sustainable, forest-linked livelihoods.
19/10/2021 £9,478 HEALTH IN HARMONY Cooperative Knowledge Exchange on Reforestation & Restoration In Madagascar
19/10/2021 £9,968 YAYASAN ALAM INDONESIA LESTARI - LINI Empowering the Sustainable Development of Indonesias Marine Ornamental Fishery
19/10/2021 £9,884 BANGOR UNIVERSITY Gender sensitive diversification of smallholder cocoa systems in Lampung Indonesia
19/10/2021 £6,587 NORTHERN SHORES MARINE CONSULTANCY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/10/2021 £99,780 THE SEAFARERS' CHARITY The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
18/10/2021 £75,365 YAYASAN INISIASI ALAM REHABILITASI (YIARI) Poverty, marginalisation and lack of opportunity drive small-scale, yet pervasive deforestation and biodiversityloss across Indonesia. This project will tackle these drivers in two key biodiversity landscapes: BatutegiProtection Forest and Bukit Baka Bukit Raya National Park. The project will improve the lives of ~3,000women and men, in ways that strengthen links between human prosperity and ecosystem protection, includingconservation agriculture and agroforestry, scholarships, provision of essential healthcare, and employmentlinked to wildlife reintroduction, SMART patrolling and long-term monitoring.
18/10/2021 £112,176 PANECO FOUNDATION Only 13,530 Critically Endangered Sumatran orangutans (Pongo abelii) remain in the wild, and PanEco andpartners are establishing a new, genetically-viable population in Jantho Nature Reserve. Jantho's biodiversityis threatened by illegal activities, and COVID-19-related shocks to local livelihoods further heighten risk.This project will reintroduce a further 24 orangutans into Jantho, implement protection through SMART patrols,work with 6 forest-adjacent communities to establish honey cooperatives, and raise environmental awarenessto holistically alleviate poverty, reduce threats and protect critical biodiversity.
18/10/2021 £25,244 CORNWALL COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Penzance to St.Mawes and St.Mawes to Cremyll stretches in Cornwall.Eligible ExpenditureStaff Salaries/costs
15/10/2021 £74,719 WILDFOWL AND WETLANDS TRUST This project generates foundations for long-term resilient conservation management of Lake Tseny, the mostintact wetland within the Port Berge KBA, Madagascar, and home to at least eight Threatened species and5,000 people, the majority of whom are dependent upon natural systems for drinking water, sanitation, timber,fuel, livelihoods and wellbeing.The tools and approaches adopted in this project will be showcased nationally, with support given forstakeholders wishing to apply climate resilient strategic conservation planning for wetlands in Madagascar.
15/10/2021 £3,128 BRISTOL CHANNEL CHARTERS The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
15/10/2021 £11,898 SMS SEAFOODS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
14/10/2021 £32,200 THE BLUE SEA FOOD COMPANY LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
14/10/2021 £1,921 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
14/10/2021 £1,921 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
13/10/2021 £50,000 SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Direct Award grant to the Secretariat for the Convention on Biological Diversity for the assessment of headline indicators for the post 2020 global biodiversity framework
12/10/2021 £46,929 THE UNIVERSITY OF KENT Following Soviet-era irrigation for cotton, the Aral Sea region is ecologically and economically degraded yet holds substantial cultural, biodiversity and industrial value. We will lay the foundation for designating Resurrection Island as a Protected Area, while developing sustainable income streams (including tourism) enabling residents to benefit, and ensuring that industrial development results in no net loss of biodiversity. We bring government, industry and communities together; turning this area from a symbol of despair into one of hope and regeneration
12/10/2021 £153,023 £70,885,000 THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON The Great Gobi A Strictly Protected Area encompasses 44,630km2 of globally significant desert and is hometo the last population of Critically Endangered wild camel. Herders here face socio-ecological issues, includingovergrazing; rangeland degradation and waterhole loss, exacerbated by climate change. Government andcommunities lack mechanisms and resources to collaboratively tackle these threats. This project seeks toinstitutionalise robust evidence-based environmental management, implement scalable waterhole habitatmanagement, strengthen collaborative governance, enable community-led awareness-raising, improvesustainable rangeland management and herder livelihoods
12/10/2021 £71,960 DURRELL WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TRUST Deforestation and the degradation of wetlands across Madagascar are cause for serious concern. AsMadagascars largest wetland complex, inland fishery and rice growing region, the restoration of the AlaotraRamsar watershed is essential. This project aims to: (i) strengthen the capacity of local co-managementauthority Alaotra Rano Soa to more effectively manage the watershed, (ii) establish sustainable community-ledreforestation and marsh restoration programmes, and (iii) train producers to derive greater benefits from theirproducts without adversely impacting the natural environment.
12/10/2021 £63,315 MADAGASIKARA VOAKAJY This project tackles a key driver of Madagascars accelerated biodiversity loss: the growing populations needto clear forests for agriculture. Around three Reserves in eastern Madagascar, we will equip 200 youths withthe knowledge, skills, and experience needed to increase yields through sustainable farming, adopt aromaticand medicinal plants in their farming systems and market their products with ethical enterprises. Youths willshare their knowledge, skills, and experience in their communities and will engage all members in lemurconservation stewardship.
12/10/2021 £51,823 £7,197,006 TREE AID Boswellia forests in Ethiopia provide a major source of frankincense, alongside other important ecosystem services. However, these dryland forests are threatened by severe biodiversity loss and degradation. This project seeks to reverse this trend, through improved governance and inclusive decision-making. The introduction of viable harvesting and regeneration techniques for frankincense and promotion of sustainable land management on farmland will reverse forest degradation and increase farmland productivity, reducing agricultural expansion. Livelihood opportunities will be promoted, incentivising sustainable exploitation, whilst increasing incomes.
12/10/2021 £60,230 INSTITUTO SOCIOAMBIENTAL The project will provide beiradeiro communities who live in the Terra do Meio, southern Brazilian Amazonia, with means to continue to protect their territories, conserve biodiversity and achieve better quality of life. Key activities include offering training to enable young beiradeiros to take on new social roles, increasing gender equality; collaborative and interdisciplinary research geared towards territorial monitoring and recognition of their colocação system as a Traditional Agroforestry System will add value to their products and thus increase income.
12/10/2021 £90,686 ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS KEW We bring a modern approach to address a gap in Madagascars environmental governance. Grasses andgrasslands are neglected through the assumption they are of little value compared to forests. Fires are a longterm problem Madagascar does not have the expertise to manage. We aim to boost the wealth of 1300 peopleby integrating botanical knowledge, grassland ecology, agricultural science and fire management expertise totrial management methods which will support key forage grasses, improve livestock nutrition, and reduceforest fires.
12/10/2021 £52,097 MPALA RESEARCH TRUST We bring a modern approach to address a gap in Madagascars environmental governance. Grasses andgrasslands are neglected through the assumption they are of little value compared to forests. Fires are a longterm problem Madagascar does not have the expertise to manage. We aim to boost the wealth of 1300 people by integrating botanical knowledge, grassland ecology, agricultural science and fire management expertise to trial management methods which will support key forage grasses, improve livestock nutrition, and reduce forest fires.
12/10/2021 £125,297 WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY Through a community, government and private sector partnership, the project will support coconut farmers,reduce forest threats and restore critical watersheds in North Sulawesi. Community conservation commitmentsalongside agricultural training will support biodiversity-friendly production and improve farmer livelihoodsthrough higher yields and diversified incomes. Forest restoration will reduce flooding, while collaborativemanagement between government and communities, underpinned by a robust monitoring system, will ensurethe future protection of forests and biodiversity, and demonstrate a scalable model for the region
12/10/2021 £17,367 MABUWAYA FOUNDATION The Northern Sierra Madre in Northeast Luzon holds the last great forest of the Philippines and importantwetland areas but these, and their species, are threatened by agricultural conversion and unsustainablehunting and fishing. This project will engage communities in the management of local sanctuaries forthreatened species. The project also promotes a nature-based solution to habitat degradation and poverty:agroforestry-based livelihoods as an alternative to unsustainable slash-and-burn farming in the sanctuaries
12/10/2021 £78,290 ASOCIACION CIVIL ARMONIA Tunari National Park lacks strategies that integrate local community needs with nature protection. This hastriggered native forest destruction, loss of ecosystem functions, and expansion of exotic tree plantations. Wewill implement a habitat restoration program in coordination with key stakeholders and engage localcommunities within Park boundaries to strengthen local development based on sustainable forestry use andprotection of biodiversity/ecosystem functions. A massive communication strategy will be implemented tocreate suitable conditions for project replication in neighboring municipalities.
12/10/2021 £123,619 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RURAL RECONSTRUCTION (IIRR) The project will demonstrate how a small municipality can restore and improve coastal ecological resilienceand reduce poverty. Mangrove and coastal ecosystems will be rehabilitated by creating more bio-diverse andmulti-strata bio-shields, that support livelihoods and protect local communities from climate change risks. Toreduce habitat destruction, fishing communities will be empowered to shift to climate resilient agriculturesystems and practices that are gender-sensitive and agro-biodiversity rich. The local government, educationsector, and the community are key actors and partners.
12/10/2021 £124,266 £143,112,000 RSPB The aim of the project is to protect and expand the surviving fragments of forest in the Taita Hills in southern Kenya, safeguarding the unique biodiversity of these hills and improving local water security. Activities will include forest conservation and restoration, provision of water harvesting and storage infrastructure, and introduction of agro-forestry and other livelihood initiatives. Taita is formally gazetted as a water tower hill range, and the project will provide a valuable model for other such ranges throughout Kenya.
12/10/2021 £80,041 TRAFFIC INTERNATIONAL This project aims to secure local incomes and healthcare, threatened by declining biodiversity and naturalresource access, linked to overharvest of medicinal species in Nepals high Himalayas. It scales up a market-based model for sustainable, equitable trade across high-priority plant species and districts, while driving integration of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) into Community Forestry nationally.Locally-led activities include participatory inventories of NTFPs; training >5,000 harvesters/processors; enhancing Community Forest management and trade; and policy engagement to incentivise sustainable local biodiversity management.
12/10/2021 £63,107 CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION We will work in Lake Victoria, Kenya to develop and demonstrate a new model for responsible aquacultureand inland fisheries that conserves native species and produces long-term benefits to people throughcommunity-based incentives. The team will work with two Kenyan Beach Management Units, community and conservation health experts and a leading-edge aquaculture company to develop and implement sustainablyfinanced lake-based community conservation areas. We will engage the fisheries ministries and aquaculture sector across Lake Victoria to scale the model.
12/10/2021 £299,699 LANCASHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST The overall aim for this restoration proposal of the Northern Lowland Peatland Coalition is to restore 200 hectares of degraded lowland raised bog in the North of England using rewetting and revegetation best practise, which will secure an estimated 46,457 tons of CO2e over all the years of the project.
12/10/2021 £1,031,716 SOUTH WEST WATER This peatland restoration project is focused on the moorlands of the South West (Cornwall (Bodmin Moor and Penwith), Devon and Somerset (Dartmoor Exmoor)). These peatlands of south-west England are very important for water, carbon storage, biodiversity, cultural history, recreation and farming.
12/10/2021 £136,368 ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF BIRDS Aim: to continue the so-far 16 year long journey of the Dove Stone blanket bogs towards and beyond SSSI favourability, and along the Pathway to Good Condition (Moors for the Future) from bare peat to active blanket bog. Objectives: to achieve this long term aim by delivering a programme of best practice restoration works under the Nature for Climate Peatland Restoration Fund which will raise and stabilise water table, reintroduce the ecosystem engineer sphagnum moss, increase resilience to droughts and fires, reduce both overland and fluvial peak flows during times of high rainfall, increase biodiversity and the resilience of species to climate change, move the bog along a journey towards sequestering rather than emitting carbon, increase community understanding of and hands-on involvement in blanket bog restoration, support and create green jobs and provide training to those trying to enter into the conservation industry.
11/10/2021 £10,668 MOUNT'S BAY FISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/10/2021 £5,566 MOUNT'S BAY FISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/10/2021 £19,752 MONTEUM LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/10/2021 £3,320 RM SEAFISH.COM The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/10/2021 £7,340 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/10/2021 £1,405 AMETHYST FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
08/10/2021 £39,576 FORESTRY ENGLAND This project will take action to restore a prioritised list of peatlands totalling 827ha which will secure 55,651tCO2e of CO2. It will do so on 9 sites which are in close proximity of each other and continue the trajectory of creating a landscape mosaic of open and forested habitat. The long-term aim is to bring all of the Border Mires back into good condition. The benefits of this work include increased sequestering (locking-up) of carbon dioxide, biodiversity gains, improved water quality, high-quality research into peatlands and community engagement. The NCPGS grant will enable the Committee to finally achieve that aim.
08/10/2021 £703,262 £9,582,086 YORKSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST Aim: Restoration of 3,510 ha of degraded Blanket Bog abating 336,917 tonnes of CO2eq over 50 years supported by an innovative trajectory monitoring programme.
08/10/2021 £4,463 CAMBRIDGE CITY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
07/10/2021 £7,573 BROXTOWE BOROUGH COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
06/10/2021 £77,768 CORNISH FISH PRODUCERS ORGANISATION The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/10/2021 £15,598 FELIXSTOWE FERRY FISHERMEN The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/10/2021 £9,466 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
05/10/2021 £6,762 £1,205,079 MALVERN HILLS CONSERVATORS The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
04/10/2021 £10,148 CRAZY CAT SHELLFISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
04/10/2021 £13,182 VOYAGER The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
04/10/2021 £2,705 ASHFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
04/10/2021 £135,230 EASTBOURNE ECO ACTION NETWORK The UTCF provides funding for anyone who wants to plant trees in urban or peri-urban areas.
01/10/2021 £1,116,855 GFI PMO LTD (GREEN FINANCE INSTITUTE) This programme will provide funds to launch the Taskfore for Nature-related FinancialDisclosures (TNFD) and fund its activities to give international corporate and financialinstitutions the tools to map, measure and manage their impact and dependencies on nature. This includes funding for resourcing, engagement with the relevant sector, building and testing the TNFD framework, and research.This will integrate effective nature-related risk and impact reporting into these sectors topromote more nature-positive investment, credit and insurance underwriting decisions.Better accounting for nature-related risks will shift financial incentives away from activities that harm nature towards nature-positive projects, supporting the crucial transition to a nature positive economy.
01/10/2021 £3,706 HOLLIE J (ABBOTT) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
01/10/2021 £1,913 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
01/10/2021 £824 CJA MARINE SERVICES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
01/10/2021 £1,196 BRISTOL CHANNEL CHARTERS The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/09/2021 £4,005 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for the England Coast Path, which include Shoreham to Eastbourne and Eastbourne to Camber.Staff Salaries/costsOther
24/09/2021 £38,217 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY AND ACCESS SERVICE Funding to employ a full-time project officer to deliver 5 stretches of the England Coast Path in Kent, which includes Ramsgate to Whitstable (RGW), Whitstable to Iwade (WSI), Iwade to Grain (IGR), Grain to Woolwich (GWO), Isle of Sheppey (IOS). Eligible Expenditure Staff Salaries/costs Travel
23/09/2021 £31,636 WESTERN FISH PRODUCERS' ORGANISATION LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/09/2021 £55,562 DORSET COAST FORUM The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/09/2021 £68,912 HAYLE FISHERMANS ASSOCIATION The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/09/2021 £46,875 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/09/2021 £22,620 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/09/2021 £46,741 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for England Coast Path (5 stretches) :Highcliffe to Calshot, Calshot to Gosport, Gosport to Portsmouth, Portsmouth to South Hayling and South Hayling to East Head.
21/09/2021 £17,045 NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL Funding for the England Coast Path, which includes Aust to Brean Down. Staff Costs Contractors
21/09/2021 £100,000 £3,910,302 THE RIVERS TRUST Riparian land, land within ten metres of a river or watercourse, is the largest underexploited landscape type for woodland creation in the United Kingdom. Due to its positive impact on rivers, wildlife and flood management, riparian tree planting offers eighteen times the benefits of conventional planting.
20/09/2021 £62,638 VENTURE SEAFOODS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/09/2021 £27,853 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/09/2021 £31,640 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/09/2021 £70,600 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/09/2021 £14,750 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/09/2021 £85,880 KIRBY FISHING The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/09/2021 £52,201 ID MITCHELL (FISHING) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/09/2021 £10,953 POLPERRO HARBOUR TRUST PORT The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/09/2021 £4,264 LAWS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/09/2021 £78,000 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/09/2021 £61,967 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
15/09/2021 £4,000,000 WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM The aim of this activity is to grant £14 million of Defra ODA funding to the GPAP, a public-private partnership established by WEF (supported by WRAP as a sub-grantee), to accelerate the global response to addressing the problem of ocean plastic pollution.Through developing inclusive multi-stakeholder platforms, GPAP brings public, private and civil society leaders together to develop joint solutions to the eradication of plastic pollution, both globally and nationally. GPAP will partner with the UK-based WRAP as a consistent delivery implementer on the ground, contributing knowledge and experience from their flagship Plastic Pacts to support countries in translating commitment into action on plastic pollution.
14/09/2021 £9,410 PISCESFISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
13/09/2021 £3,057,115 £68,647,000 THE WOODLAND TRUST The project is a regional planting program, aiming to deliver 1387 hectares of biodiverse woodland under a number of key schemes over the four years leading up to the end date of March 2025.
10/09/2021 £14,960 MEDWAY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Iwade to Grain and Grain to Woolwich (2 stretches). Eligible Expenditure Staff Salaries/costs Professional Fees Irrecoverable VAT
08/09/2021 £2,445 WHITEHAVEN HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
07/09/2021 £507,000 PROMAR INTERNATIONAL To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have. The project will also monitor the impact and value for money of this resilience support.This project will deliver direct benefits to the farmers and land managers who are the beneficiaries of this project by enabling them to:i. Fully understand the changes that are about to happen;ii. Identify how, where and when they may need to adapt their business model andresilience as a result;iii. Access tailored support to address these changes in a timely fashion;
07/09/2021 £9,162 DORSET SHELLFISH COMPANY (POOLE) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/09/2021 £5,590 A PASSION FOR SEAFOOD LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/09/2021 £72,841 W STEVENSON AND SONS LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/09/2021 £9,120 FLYING FISH SEAFOODS CO LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/09/2021 £4,325 HARTLEPOOL FISH CO. LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
01/09/2021 £4,625 HARTLEPOOL FISH CO. LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
01/09/2021 £1,886 LAWS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
31/08/2021 £10,720 CJA MARINE SERVICES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
31/08/2021 £7,202 LAWS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
31/08/2021 £1,221 GENESIS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
31/08/2021 £621 GENESIS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
31/08/2021 £360,503 OSBORNE & SONS (SHELLFISH) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/08/2021 £53,864 OCEANIC DRIFTER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/08/2021 £63,050 LYNN SHELLFISH LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/08/2021 £19,991 LEEDALE TRAWLERS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/08/2021 £26,882 FLYING FISH SEAFOODS CO LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/08/2021 £25,835 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/08/2021 £10,842 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/08/2021 £7,200 JUBILEE FISHING CO LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/08/2021 £994 OP SHELLFISH LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/08/2021 £12,422 DOWNEY FISHING CO LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
23/08/2021 £13,123 FREE FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
23/08/2021 £22,702 ALLIANCE FISH The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
23/08/2021 £37,300 W. HODGSON (HARTLEPOOL) LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/08/2021 £5,739 THOMAS BROWN The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/08/2021 £1,500,000 ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF BIRDS To help support the efforts of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds to eradicate invasive non-native mice from Gough Island to save critically endangered seabirds from extinction preventing biodiversity loss.
16/08/2021 £2,300 B&M FISHING LLP The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/08/2021 £53,588 CORNISH BAY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
13/08/2021 £13,800 A&J PASCOE The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
12/08/2021 £1,259 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Aust to Brean Down in Bristol. Eligible Expenditure Staff Salaries/costs, Professional Fees, Irrecoverable VAT
12/08/2021 £103,525 £2,676,666 GLOBAL ACTION PLAN Deliverables continue to 31.08.2022This grant agreement will support GAP to deliver the following strands of work:-A. User testing and improvement to the Clean Air HubB. Expansion of the mobilising healthcare professionals project
12/08/2021 £5,580 TWO BROTHERS II - G M & J M STATHAM T/A The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
12/08/2021 £11,125 J&B WHOLESALE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/08/2021 £16,110 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path 2 stretches between Humber Bridge and Easington and Easington and Filey Brigg. Eligible Items Staff Costs
11/08/2021 £3,458 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Cleveleys to Pier Head.Eligible ExpenditureStaff Salaries/costsProfessional FeesIrrecoverable VAT
11/08/2021 £1,233 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Silverdale to Cleveleys. Eligible Expenditure Staff Salaries/costs, Professional Fees, Irrecoverable VAT
11/08/2021 £5,739 GJ & VJ NICHOLAS PARTNERSHIP The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
10/08/2021 £6,299 DQ BOATS The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/08/2021 £3,331 NEW FOREST NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Highcliffe to Calshot (2 stretches). Eligible Expenditure Staff Salaries/costs, Professional Fees, Irrecoverable VAT
06/08/2021 £53,820 ROWSE FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/08/2021 £26,746 JNS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/08/2021 £8,783 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/08/2021 £14,960 ROWSE FISHING PARTNERSHIP The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/08/2021 £5,218 SEAFOOD AND EAT IT FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/08/2021 £8,067 SEAFOOD AND EAT IT FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/08/2021 £8,838 S & J FISHERIES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/08/2021 £1,714 BLAMEY FISHING The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/08/2021 £2,375 PURBECK SHELLFISH The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
05/08/2021 £725,394 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have. The project will also monitor the impact and value for money of this resilience support.
04/08/2021 £13,866 SEFTON COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Cleveleys to Pier Head. Eligible Expenditure Staff Salaries/costs, Professional Fees, Irrecoverable VAT.
04/08/2021 £14,960 ROWSE FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
03/08/2021 £5,055 EXMOOR NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Minehead to Combe Martin-Exmoor NPA. Eligible Expenditure Staff Salaries/costs, Professional Fees, Irrecoverable VAT
03/08/2021 £26,746 MCNAMARA & SON LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
03/08/2021 £5,400 JNS FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/08/2021 £317,632 BERRYS To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have. The project will also monitor the impact and value for money of this resilience support.
02/08/2021 £3,864 GC & NF BAGWELL The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/08/2021 £37,653 THE REAL CORNISH CRAB COMPANY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/08/2021 £7,304 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/08/2021 £7,304 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/08/2021 £5,268 ANDREW TRUST LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/08/2021 £3,838 SAILORS CREEK SHELLFISH LLP The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/08/2021 £9,875 THE BLUE SEA FOOD COMPANY LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/08/2021 £17,275 AQUARIUS FISHERIES The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
30/07/2021 £41,506 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Funding to employ a full-time project officer to deliver 5 stretches of the England Coast Path in Suffolk, which includes undertaking planning work or to draw up the contract specifications . Specifically relating to Planning activities required for 5 stretches of Suffolk coast. Harwich to Shotley Gate, Shotley Gate to Felixstowe, Felixstowe Ferry to Bawdsey, Bawdsey to Aldeburgh and Aldeburgh to Hopton on Sea.
29/07/2021 £3,905,582 AHDB To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
28/07/2021 £318,825 LAURENCE GOULD PARTNERSHIP LIMITED To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
28/07/2021 £65,739 £377,787 NATURAL ENTERPRISE LTD To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
28/07/2021 £74,958 £31,566,000 NIAB To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
28/07/2021 £60,113 UK CENTRE FOR ECOLOGY & HYDROLOGY to update and expand the International Union for Conservation of Nature Peatland Code, to carry out the work which will feed in directly to an overhaul of the Peatland Code and launch of v 2.0 in 2022.
27/07/2021 £75,427 ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path in the Isle of Wight.
27/07/2021 £5,710 ROWSE FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/07/2021 £5,710 ROWSE FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/07/2021 £508,125 KITE CONSULTING To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
26/07/2021 £996,839 £2,099,160 THE PRINCE'S COUNTRYSIDE FUND To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
26/07/2021 £59,820 BURY BEET GROUP To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
23/07/2021 £43,750 AQUARIUS FISHERIES The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/07/2021 £10,319 SOUTH HAMS DISTRICT COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for Cremyll to Kingswear in South Devon.
22/07/2021 £5,463 MCNAMARA & SON LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/07/2021 £12,657 BUCK BECKETT FRESH SHELLFISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/07/2021 £6,280 WIRRAL BOROUGH COUNCIL. Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for the Birkenhead to Welsh Border Stretch.
21/07/2021 £1,613 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/07/2021 £26,043 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path 9 stretches within the county of Essex
19/07/2021 £2,194 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/07/2021 £2,934 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/07/2021 £5,751 GJ & VJ NICHOLAS PARTNERSHIP The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/07/2021 £16,915 P, M & M BINGLE PARTNERSHIP The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/07/2021 £6,990 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
19/07/2021 £3,765 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/07/2021 £23,477 RTS WARD & JRS BRIGHAM LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/07/2021 £11,750 DORSET SHELLFISH COMPANY (POOLE) LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/07/2021 £9,798 SIDMOUTH FISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
15/07/2021 £811,853 BROWN & CO To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
15/07/2021 £298,970 DJM CONSULTING To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
15/07/2021 £120,000 JH AGRI CONSULTANCY To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
15/07/2021 £66,700 M B HODGSON & SON LIMITED To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
15/07/2021 £766,490 RICARDO-AEA LIMITED To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
15/07/2021 £470,657 RSK ADAS LIMITED To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
15/07/2021 £213,497 SRUC To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
15/07/2021 £225,969 CERES RURAL LLP To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
15/07/2021 £276,051 THE LANDWORKERS' ALLIANCE To provide resilience support to farmers and land managers to help them prepare for, and adjust to, the Agricultural Transition by addressing the opportunities it presents and the impacts it could have.
15/07/2021 £6,100 ATLANTIC FISH The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
14/07/2021 £11,388 NEWBIGGIN SHELLFISH LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
14/07/2021 £9,892 DQ BOATS The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
14/07/2021 £3,752 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
14/07/2021 £3,480 WIGHTMAN FISHING LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
14/07/2021 £11,499 S & J FISHERIES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
13/07/2021 £3,287 AMETHYST FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
08/07/2021 £10,500 NORFOLK-C-LARDER LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
07/07/2021 £3,927 BLAMEY FISHING The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
07/07/2021 £3,004 WEST SOLENT FISHING LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/07/2021 £15,037 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path 4 Stretches in Cornwall Marsland to Cremyll. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for the Gretna to Allonby Stretch.
06/07/2021 £8,492 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for the Silecroft to Silverdale Stretch.
06/07/2021 £74,684 DW FISHERIES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/07/2021 £19,472 N J FORD LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
06/07/2021 £1,150 SMS SEAFOODS LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
05/07/2021 £23,368 MATTHEWS SHELLFISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
05/07/2021 £30,516 SURF & SUN LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/07/2021 £165,000 POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR HAMPSHIRE Aims and Objectives:The National Wildlife Crime Unit (NWCU) is a police-led specialist unit devoted to tackling or disrupting national and international wildlife crime.The project contributes to the prevention and detection of wildlife crime both in the United Kingdom(UK) and internationally by;a) maintaining a strategic overview of wildlife crime in the UK and making recommendations for wildlife crime priorities for the UK; b) supporting work to tackle the wildlife crime priorities;c) continuing to support enforcement officers in tackling wildlife crime professionally;d) contributing to the National Crime Agency national tasking process as required through its membership of the Acquisitive Crime Threat Board.
02/07/2021 £5,450 SOUTH WEST COAST PATH ASSOCIATION Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path 4 Stretches in Cornwall Marsland to Cremyll. Specifically relating to Planning work for interpretation boards for the 4 stretches in Cornwall.
02/07/2021 £123,906 LARRY'S FISHCAKES LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/07/2021 £11,969 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/07/2021 £7,304 WATERDANCE LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
25/06/2021 £170,667 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
24/06/2021 £8,605 FRANK_GREENSLADE_LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
24/06/2021 £23,760 GOOD INTENT The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
24/06/2021 £5,500 B&M FISHING LLP The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
22/06/2021 £145,223 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
22/06/2021 £161,793 SOUTH HAMS DISTRICT COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
21/06/2021 £14,479 A ARMSTRONG&SONS The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
16/06/2021 £141,969 SOLWAY COAST AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
15/06/2021 £12,998 CORNWALL FISH DIRECT LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
11/06/2021 £42,276 EMMANUEL FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
10/06/2021 £242,814 KENT DOWNS AONB UNIT Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
10/06/2021 £151,313 MALVERN HILLS AONB UNIT Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
10/06/2021 £183,721 NIDDERDALE AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
10/06/2021 £1,028,836 SHROPSHIRE HILLS AONB PARTNERSHIP (SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL) Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
10/06/2021 £132,443 HEREFORDSHIRE COUNCIL / WYE VALLEY AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
10/06/2021 £51,066 £2,676,666 GLOBAL ACTION PLAN CAD supports the department's strategic and ambitious goals to improve air quality. The focus of CAD this year will be on protecting children's health from air pollution. There will be a particular focus on the role of businesses, and businesses will be asked to play their part to reduce their contribution to air pollution.
10/06/2021 £35,584 R R FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
09/06/2021 £188,403 CORNWALL AONB UNIT Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
08/06/2021 £144,598 LANCASTER CITY COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
08/06/2021 £300,400 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
08/06/2021 £158,878 NORFOLK COAST (AONB) PARTNERSHIP Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
08/06/2021 £463,530 SUFFOLK COAST & HEATHS AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
08/06/2021 £60,000 £767,676 THE FARMING COMMUNITY NETWORK The grant fund is for Farming Help to support a training, research and communication project, which would help plan and ensure that staff and volunteers are better equipped to provide services to meet the needs of the farming community through large-scale traumatic events, i.e., Covid and EU exit will continue to impact the farming community for a while.
08/06/2021 £11,398 GO FOR IT FISHING COMPANY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
07/06/2021 £225,957 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
07/06/2021 £277,463 HIGH WEALD AONB PARTNERSHIP Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
07/06/2021 £165,761 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
07/06/2021 £161,056 MENDIP HILLS AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
07/06/2021 £1,200,000 UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES The project will fund the Global Ocean Accounts Partnership to deliver the creation of National Pilot Ocean Accounts and Development Roadmaps in five ODA-eligible countries, alongside a range of capacity building activities including the publication of technical guidance on developing ocean accounts.
07/06/2021 £17,125 HANDYSIDE FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
07/06/2021 £6,525 DIRECTOR The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
04/06/2021 £252,166 WILTSHIRE COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
03/06/2021 £18,423 THE REAL CORNISH CRAB COMPANY LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
02/06/2021 £471,502 CANNOCK CHASE AONB PARTNERSHIP Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
02/06/2021 £223,448 WILTSHIRE COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
02/06/2021 £126,046 HOWARDIAN HILLS AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
02/06/2021 £355,177 ISLE OF WIGHT AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
02/06/2021 £123,542 COUNCIL OF THE ISLES OF SCILLY Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
02/06/2021 £325,669 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
28/05/2021 £150,950 CHICHESTER HARBOUR CONSERVANCY Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
28/05/2021 £61,000 MIRAGE II LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
27/05/2021 £54,724 R P SHELLFISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
26/05/2021 £189,219 SURREY HILLS AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
26/05/2021 £195,999 TAMAR VALLEY AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
26/05/2021 £9,792 HARVEY FISHING LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
24/05/2021 £6,080 THE NETSHOP (HASTINGS) LIMITED The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
24/05/2021 £11,992 BLAMEY FISHING The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/05/2021 £2,504 J M M FISHERIES LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/05/2021 £8,400 S J MEDDLE LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
21/05/2021 £7,053 BUCK BECKETT FRESH SHELLFISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
17/05/2021 £247,438 DORSET AONB PARTNERSHIP Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
17/05/2021 £330,050 NORTH PENNINES AONB Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
17/05/2021 £142,845 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
17/05/2021 £70,000 OECD The aim of this activity is to grant funding to the value of £70,000 to the OECD in support of their work stream on improving indicators and metrics to support quantification of climate risk and track sector progress on climate adaptation in the UK.
17/05/2021 £71,449 MARRFISH LTD The FaSS will provide financial assistance for projects that support sustainable growth in the catching, processing and aquaculture sectors, and enhance the marine environment. The scheme is available to applicants whose businesses and/or vessels are registered in England.The scheme will provide funding for a range of projects that deliver the following seven strategic priorities:promoting a sustainable sector for future generations;protecting the marine environment, by reducing the environmental impacts of the sector;delivering world class science and innovation;supporting coastal communities to promote economic growth and social inclusion;supporting the reform of stock and quota management to ensure a balance between fishing opportunities and capacity;enhancing the value chain through marketing and processing, opening the potential for English businesses home and abroad;developing industry infrastructure which is essential to supporting sustainable growth across the whole sector.Not all areas of the scheme will be permanently open for support. Some areas will be opened later and for a defined period, through a funding round.
14/05/2021 £157,125 EAST DEVON AONB PARTNERSHIP (EAST DEVON DISTRICT COUNCIL) Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
13/05/2021 £36,080 £188,428 LIBERTY'S OWL RAPTOR & REPTILE CENTRE A grant awarded under the Zoo Animals Fund.The Zoo Animals Fund provides longer term financial support to zoos (until 30 June 2021). The fund aims to continue to support zoos through the winter to prevent additional unplanned euthanasia of animals, compared to what would otherwise have been the case.
07/05/2021 £100,454 NORTHUMBERLAND ZOO LTD A grant awarded under the Zoo Animals Fund.The Zoo Animals Fund provides longer term financial support to zoos (until 30 June 2021). The fund aims to continue to support zoos through the winter to prevent additional unplanned euthanasia of animals, compared to what would otherwise have been the case.
04/05/2021 £240,900 EMIH LIMITED A grant awarded under the Zoo Animals Fund.The Zoo Animals Fund provides longer term financial support to zoos (until 31 March 2021). The fund aims to continue to support zoos through the winter to prevent additional unplanned euthanasia of animals, compared to what would otherwise have been the case.
30/04/2021 £5,589,927 LAKE DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
30/04/2021 £3,211,532 EXMOOR NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
30/04/2021 £10,486,201 SOUTH DOWNS NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
30/04/2021 £2,672,927 NORTHUMBERLAND NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
29/04/2021 £4,381,726 £103,423 NORTH YORK MOORS NATIONAL PARK TRUST Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
29/04/2021 £3,251,501 NEW FOREST NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
29/04/2021 £3,825,865 DARTMOOR NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
29/04/2021 £3,414,078 BROADS AUTHORITY Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
29/04/2021 £462,025 COTSWOLDS CONSERVATION BOARD Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
29/04/2021 £448,203 CHILTERNS CONSERVATION BOARD Grant funding to the AONBs and NAAONB to support them in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
29/04/2021 £5,229,801 YORKSHIRE DALES NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
29/04/2021 £6,698,847 PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY Grant funding to the National Park Authorities to support the delivery of their statutory purposes to:Conserve and enhance natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage (Conservation);Promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of National Parks by the public (Recreation).
15/04/2021 £1,712,000 ACRE Grant funding to ACRE to provide essential specialist services to rural communities. Specialist services include; digital infrastructure, rural life opportunities, rural transport, housing and planning and business support
15/04/2021 £134,613 £787,458 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR AREAS OF OUTSTANDING NATURAL BEAUTY Grant funding to the NAAONB to support AONBs in meeting their statutory conservation and enhancement duties and in their work which contributes to Defra's 25 Year Environment Plan.
01/04/2021 £2,820 WESTWOOD FARM (KEEVIL) LTD This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £69,058 WFC DRAYTON FARMING LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £1,586 WHEN THE CATS AWAY LTD This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £14,928 WHITEHALL GROUP WESSEX LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £14,534 WICK FARM LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £9,602,084 THE WASTE AND RESOURCES ACTION PROGRAMME For WRAP to work with businesses, civil society organisations, local authorities and consumers to help them achieve savings that can be made annually through the better use of food and materials, the production of less waste and better use of energy and water.
01/04/2021 £1,366 WOX AGRI SERVICES LTD This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £23,785 WR CURNICK LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £7,059 WYKHAM PARK FARM LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £4,500 £20,137 YACWAG This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £2,500,000 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER UA Funding for community forests to meet environmental objectives over the next 5 years
01/04/2021 £502,815 SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £116,000 STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £93,000 BROXBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £432,213 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £629,836 STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £830,115 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £162,400 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £333,158 BRISTOL COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £736,828 LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £360,785 BRISTOL COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £71,500 BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £1,063,000 STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to LAs in England to develop and/or implement measures to improve local air quality and to support innovation
01/04/2021 £16,606 £958,643 ELEPHANT PROTECTION INITIATIVE Ivory, accrued by natural mortality or seizures of illegal stock, is held in government storerooms that often lack adequate security and management procedures, and are vulnerable to corruption and theft. A robust ivory management system will keep these products from returning to and perpetuating the illegal supply chain. In partnership with national government authorities across Africa, we will develop, trial and put into practice storeroom Guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), embedding this into government policy to ensure regular use.
01/04/2021 £390 BRISTOL CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 ALLERDALE BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 EASTBOURNE BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 LEWES DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 COLCHESTER BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 COTSWOLD DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 FAREHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 WAVERLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 WORTHING BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £390 WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 TORRIDGE DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 HASTINGS BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 WEALDEN DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 GOSPORT BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 FYLDE BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 LANCASTER CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 WYRE COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 SEDGEMOOR DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 SOUTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £780 SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £964 BRADFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 HARTLEPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 BARROW-IN-FURNESS BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 DURHAM COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 HAVANT BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 NEW FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 DOVER DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 SWALE BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 KING'S LYNN AND WEST NORFOLK BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 ADUR DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 CHICHESTER DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 SEFTON METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,170 CITY OF LONDON The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 COPELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 SOUTH LAKELAND DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 £8,031,419 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 ROTHER DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 CANTERBURY CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 BLACKPOOL BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 EAST LINDSEY DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 SOUTH SOMERSET DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,560 WIRRAL COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £1,950 NORTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £2,340 REDCAR AND CLEVELAND COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £2,340 SHEPWAY DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £2,340 GREAT YARMOUTH BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £2,340 EAST SUFFOLK COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £2,340 ARUN DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £2,730 NORTH DEVON COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £2,730 TEIGNBRIDGE DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £2,730 NORTH NORFOLK DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £3,120 EAST DEVON DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £3,120 SOUTHEND-ON-SEA BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £3,120 TENDRING DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £3,510 SCARBOROUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £3,900 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £5,070 THANET DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £5,070 THE NORTHUMBERLAND COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £5,460 ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £5,850 TORBAY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £6,630 SOUTH HAMS DISTRICT COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £7,410 DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £7,410 BOURNEMOUTH BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £33,540 CORNWALL COUNCIL (UNITARY) The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £22,513 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL Funding for Planning costs relating to the development of the England Coast Path 4 Stretches in Cornwall Marsland to Cremyll. Specifically relating to Planning activities required for the Gretna to Allonby Stretch. second grant
01/04/2021 £3,205 PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL Grant to facilitate planning activities for Portsmouth council in relation to the england coast path stretches Gosport to South Hayling
01/04/2021 £43,221 GREEN CORRIDOR To provide capital and revenue egrants to third sector organisations to deliver projects in Natural Flood Management (NFM) technique. Schemes will aim to improve our understanding of NFM technique and their contribution to flood risk.
01/04/2021 £6,107 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL To provide capital and revenue egrants to third sector organisations to deliver projects in Natural Flood Management (NFM) technique. Schemes will aim to improve our understanding of NFM technique and their contribution to flood risk.
01/04/2021 £1,288 £1,761,131 THAMES21 LIMITED To provide capital and revenue egrants to third sector organisations to deliver projects in Natural Flood Management (NFM) technique. Schemes will aim to improve our understanding of NFM technique and their contribution to flood risk.
01/04/2021 £6,875 HAMPSHIRE AND ISLE OF WIGHT WILDLIFE TRUST To provide capital and revenue egrants to third sector organisations to deliver projects in Natural Flood Management (NFM) technique. Schemes will aim to improve our understanding of NFM technique and their contribution to flood risk.
01/04/2021 £6,230 £9,108,178 THE WARWICKSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST LIMITED To provide capital and revenue egrants to third sector organisations to deliver projects in Natural Flood Management (NFM) technique. Schemes will aim to improve our understanding of NFM technique and their contribution to flood risk.
01/04/2021 £17,998,971 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER UA The grant is for Englands Community Forests (CFs) to deliver significant levels of tree planting in 2021/22 (1,034 hectares of new woodlands) and develop the plans and pipelines required for continued and successful delivery in Year-3 (2022/23) and beyond.
01/04/2021 £569,500 EAST SUFFOLK DISTRICT COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £453,000 WYRE BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £828,209 WEST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £256,000 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £198,000 CITY OF YORK COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £174,000 STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £173,056 STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £338,214 BRISTOL COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £232,000 DURHAM COUNTY UA 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £312,286 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £200,000 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £279,000 ROCHDALE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £137,375 LONDON BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £357,500 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE UA 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £577,000 SOUTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £230,000 BARNET LONDON BOROUGH 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £216,376 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £185,000 GATESHEAD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £222,500 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £375,000 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY UA 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £311,500 SLOUGH BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £91,000 STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £349,000 DURHAM COUNTY UA 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £176,251 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £125,000 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £391,909 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £215,625 LONDON BOROUGH OF RICHMOND UPON THAMES 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £227,772 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £222,500 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £220,000 GATESHEAD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £357,500 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE UA 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £672,000 SOUTHEND-ON-SEA BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £235,000 SOUTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £400,000 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £200,000 CORNWALL COUNTY UA 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £350,000 BARNET LONDON BOROUGH 6 Year Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme to develop and test new innovative and practical actions to improve the resilience of places to flooding and coastal erosion.
01/04/2021 £34,500 BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Grant for Boosting Action in Surface Water-Updated Surface Water Modelling and Mapping Information in Key Areas
01/04/2021 £8,438 SEFTON Grant for Boosting Action in Surface Water-Updated Surface Water Modelling and Mapping Information in Key Areas
01/04/2021 £21,178 NORTH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE Boosting Action to Make Homes and Buildings More Resilient to Floods
01/04/2021 £29,041 CITY OF YORK COUNCIL Boosting Action to Make Homes and Buildings More Resilient to Floods
01/04/2021 £98,031 NORTH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE Boosting Action to Make Homes and Buildings More Resilient to Floods
01/04/2021 £37,800 CORNWALL COUNTY UA Boosting Action to Make Homes and Buildings More Resilient to Floods
01/04/2021 £151,200 CORNWALL COUNTY UA Boosting Action to Make Homes and Buildings More Resilient to Floods
01/04/2021 £23,242 £3,388,438 NORTHUMBERLAND WILDLIFE TRUST LIMITED The purpose of the funding is to achieve 1,756.75ha of peat restoration in 2020/21 as a contribution towards the delivery of the Nature for Climate Funds target for 35,000 ha of peat restoration by March 2025
01/04/2021 £101,826 CUMBRIA WILDLIFE TRUST LIMITED The purpose of the funding is to achieve 1,756.75ha of peat restoration in 2020/21 as a contribution towards the delivery of the Nature for Climate Funds target for 35,000 ha of peat restoration by March 2025
01/04/2021 £23,140 £4,016,000 STAFFORDSHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST The purpose of the funding is to achieve 1,756.75ha of peat restoration in 2020/21 as a contribution towards the delivery of the Nature for Climate Funds target for 35,000 ha of peat restoration by March 2025
01/04/2021 £25,527 £102,045 NORTHUMBERLAND NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION The purpose of the funding is to achieve 1,756.75ha of peat restoration in 2020/21 as a contribution towards the delivery of the Nature for Climate Funds target for 35,000 ha of peat restoration by March 2025
01/04/2021 £32,750 £3,388,438 NORTHUMBERLAND WILDLIFE TRUST LIMITED The purpose of the funding is to achieve 1,756.75ha of peat restoration in 2020/21 as a contribution towards the delivery of the Nature for Climate Funds target for 35,000 ha of peat restoration by March 2025
01/04/2021 £105,121 £3,388,438 NORTHUMBERLAND WILDLIFE TRUST LIMITED The purpose of the funding is to achieve 1,756.75ha of peat restoration in 2020/21 as a contribution towards the delivery of the Nature for Climate Funds target for 35,000 ha of peat restoration by March 2025
01/04/2021 £8,110 £983 DEBEN ESTUARY PARTNERSHIP LIMITED Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £82,208 UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND, BRISTOL Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £14,432 SUSSEX WILDLIFE TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £24,996 £591,942,000 NATIONAL TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £40,896 £1,761,131 THAMES21 LIMITED Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £180,000 £609,012 THAMES ESTUARY PARTNERSHIP Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £44,106 SOMERSET WILDLIFE TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £20,095 £103,423 NORTH YORK MOORS NATIONAL PARK TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £22,285 £5,599,610 CORNWALL WILDLIFE TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £4,395 SUSSEX WILDLIFE TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £20,448 £1,761,131 THAMES21 LIMITED Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £90,000 £609,012 THAMES ESTUARY PARTNERSHIP Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £26,400 SOMERSET WILDLIFE TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £7,414 £103,423 NORTH YORK MOORS NATIONAL PARK TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £12,500 THE NORTH DEVON BIOSPHERE FOUNDATION Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £3,500 CHESHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £3,500 CHESHIRE WILDLIFE TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £4,375 £5,599,610 CORNWALL WILDLIFE TRUST Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £3,458 THE SOLWAY FIRTH PARTNERSHIP Seeking to enhance and progresscoordination for coastal sustainability and resilience in England. The 3Cs initiative will usethis funding to:Test, trial and inform best practice approaches for coastal coordination in England.The overall ambition is for a strengthened and well supported national framework coveringthe entire English coast to integrate place-based delivery for coastal ecosystems andcommunities.Determine how the existing activities of those involved on coastal governance canbe strengthened to better coordinate and achieve improvements to coastal environmentsthat are linked to enhanced social and economic outcomes, and how governance systemscan be capacitated to facilitate this process.Explore how to make better use of resources, share ownership of complex issuesand maximise outcomes through a collaborative approach of organisations from the publicsector, private sector and civil society.
01/04/2021 £16,531 WINFIELD FARMS LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £2,868,382 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to pay for early work on construction services for Bastion Point Border Control Post (BCP). The funding covers the construction costs incurred by Amey that will be paid by Kent County Council in the 2021-22 financial year in relation to the:Procurement of Long Lead items; andSupervision and Management Costs to secure the procurement of long lead items
01/04/2021 £10,470,000 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to pay for early work on construction services for Bastion Point Border Control Post (BCP). The funding covers the construction costs incurred by Amey that will be paid by Kent County Council in the 2021-22 financial year in relation to the:Procurement of Long Lead items; andSupervision and Management Costs to secure the procurement of long lead items
01/04/2021 £15,000 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 CAMBRIDGESHIRE AND PETERBOROUGH COMBINED AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE UA This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 CHESHIRE EAST UA This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER UA This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 CORNWALL COUNTY UA This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 DORSET COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 DURHAM COUNTY UA This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 GATESHEAD METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 COUNTY OF HEREFORDSHIRE DISTRICT COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 LIVERPOOL CITY REGION COMBINED AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY UA This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 OXFORD CITY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 RUTLAND COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 SHEFFIELD CITY REGION COMBINED AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 SHROPSHIRE COUNTY UA This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 TEES VALLEY COMBINED AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 THE WEST YORKSHIRE COMBINED AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 WEST MIDLANDS COMBINED AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 WEST OF ENGLAND COMBINED AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 WILTSHIRE COUNTY UA This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 WINDSOR AND MAIDENHEAD ROYAL BOROUGH COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 THE WEST YORKSHIRE COMBINED AUTHORITY This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £15,000 NORTH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE This grant is seed funding to boost local capacity in local authorities that have provisionally agreed to be a responsible authority for a Local Nature Recovery Strategy. Responsible authorities are those local authorities that have volunteered to lead the Local Nature Recovery Strategy for their area
01/04/2021 £127,726 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £54,096 LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £32,495 MEDWAY BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £151,999 NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £27,449 NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £13,781 NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £42,574 NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £66,733 NORTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £54,898 NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £87,907 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY UA The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £6,777 REDCAR AND CLEVELAND BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £13,859 SEFTON The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £133,952 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £38,110 SOUTH GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £13,781 SOUTH TYNESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £68,357 STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £114,420 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £13,781 SUNDERLAND CITY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £14,943 THURROCK COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £148,127 WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £17,259 WIRRAL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL The purpose of the grant is to provide support to local authorities in England towards expenditure lawfully incurred or to be incurred by them
01/04/2021 £9,321 SHETLAND FISH LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £27,374 SCRABSTER SEAFOODS LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £1,884 SYREN SHELLFISH LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £11,981 SEAFOOD SOURCING LTD The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £8,151 THE CRAB COMPANY (SCOTLAND) LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £1,779 AEGIRFISH LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £5,996 ANGELBOND LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £8,935 COUPER SEAFOODS LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £12,387 EASDALE SEAFOODS LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £23,808 UXIA FISHING LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £8,630 BRISCA FISHERIES LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £13,303 SCOT WEST SEAFOODS LTD. The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £20,787 MACNEIL SHELLFISH LTD The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £13,666 SCOTFRESH LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £64,959 SEAFOOD ECOSSE LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £15,412 WHITELINK SEAFOODS LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £11,910 A M SHELLFISH LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £22,056 MJ FRENCH FISH EXPORT LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £44,044 LOCHFYNE LANGOUSTINES LTD The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £1,789 CHAPMANS OF RYE LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £11,755 VISTGATE LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £6,962 OFFSHORE SHELLFISH LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £3,882 IAN PERKES FISH MERCHANTS LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £13,537 WM ALLISON & SONS LTD T/A ONYX CONTR/TORS FARM This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £12,946 SUSA FISHING LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £829 TRELAWNY LTD The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £1,146 TRELAWNY LTD The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £634 TRELAWNY LTD The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £1,068 TRELAWNY LTD The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £5,661 T&T SHELLFISH LTD The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £3,729 COQUET ISLAND SHELLFISH LIMITED The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £355 PJ TONKIN & CO The Seafood Response Fund (SRF) and Seafood Disruption Support Schemes (SDSS) were compensation payments administered by the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) on behalf of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural affairs (Defra). The SDSS was designed to support small or medium-sized businesses that have experienced a verifiable financial loss during the export of fresh or live fish and/or shellfish to the single market between 1 and 31 January 2021. To be eligible for compensation through the SDSS qualifying businesses needed to be able to evidence losses that they incurred during export throughout this period.
01/04/2021 £39,597 WOOD HALL STUD LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £5,145 WOODWARDS (BALNE) LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £41,619 WORMINGFORD HALL ESTATE LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £122,443 £58,131,000 THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON This project will secure populations of African grey parrots in Cameroon’s TRIDOM landscape by protecting key parrot strongholds and strengthening law enforcement efforts to disrupt IWT through Cameroon at border areas and major transport hubs.
01/04/2021 £83,468 LILONGWE WILDLIFE TRUST This project shall collect and analyse data to determine shifts that may be a result of the disruptions/deterrents that are being put into place. The work will, therefore, inform actors involved in combatting wildlife crime which strategies are proving and will prove to be most effective.
01/04/2021 £51,713 WORTH FARMS LIMITED This measure is the primary Agri-environment-climate funding for England in delivering the Rural Development programme environmental land management priorities and builds on the agri-environment Countryside Stewardship and Environmental Stewardship scheme
01/04/2021 £138,899 CHEETAH CONSERVATION FUND LICIT will increase awareness of wildlife laws among stakeholders along trade routes and support inter- regional collaboration to counter wildlife trafficking
01/04/2021 £126,390 THE ENDANGERED WILDLIFE TRUST The project addresses the illegal trade in lion parts in the Limpopo and Banhine National Parks in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park (GLTP)
01/04/2021 £112,644 £25,595,941 FAUNA & FLORA INTERNATIONAL This project will reduce national and international consumer demand for marine turtle eggs and shell in Nicaragua, reducing incentives for poaching of Hawksbill, Leatherback and Olive Ridley turtle eggs and shell.
01/04/2021 £126,869 WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY The goal is to reduce wildlife trafficking, strengthen management and enforcement of indigenous territories, and improve local livelihoods for approximately 4,200 people across 3,300 km2 of the Honduran Moskitia, by providing technical support to 11 indigenous communities, decreasing nest poaching and coordinating enforcement with government agencies.
01/04/2021 £95,754 £3,100,538 SPACE FOR GIANTS To improve implementation of Zimbabwe’s wildlife crime law, so prosecutions are effective, and sentences deter poachers and traffickers.
01/04/2021 £114,894 £25,595,941 FAUNA & FLORA INTERNATIONAL Liberia functions as a source, market and transit hub for Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT), which threatens the viability of Liberia’s pangolin, parrot, African elephant, pygmy hippo and chimpanzee populations. Capacity to combat IWT is low, exacerbated by poor legislation and insufficient awareness. This project will strengthen Liberia’s law enforcement capacity by (1) improving coordination to combat national and transboundary IWT; (2) strengthening intelligence gathering and enforcement capacity; (3) increasing public awareness; and (4) developing data management systems to guide responses.
01/04/2021 £106,226 CONSERVATION LOWER ZAMBEZI In response to a surge in trans-border wildlife crime and trafficking through the LZAMU, CLZ, in partnership with DNPW and WCP, aims to disrupt IWT through a number of strategic and cohesive projects building enforcement capacity, strengthening investigations, supporting effective law enforcement and increasing the engagement of community stakeholders.
01/04/2021 £23,127 TRAFFIC INTERNATIONAL The aim is to identify, engage and dissuade Chinese nationals from purchasing illegal wildlife products in Lao PDR. Behaviour change messaging will be developed and distributed through influential channels. Collaborations with governments and businesses will be implemented through responsible travel/investment-themed bilateral meetings, advocacy workshops, and formation of cross-sectoral alliances combatting illegal wildlife trade.
01/04/2021 £158,261 WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY To address the Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) in Indonesia and Malaysia, which is valued at >US$1 billion/year, this project will: 1) Support community-based actions to address IWT in priority forest landscapes; 2) Activate new Counter Wildlife Trafficking (CWT) partnerships that apply anti-money laundering and anti-corruption laws, both nationally and regionally; 3) Develop and implement an integrated approach to tackle trans-boundary trade along major Indonesia-Malaysia trafficking routes; and 4) Strengthen the legal framework for trans-boundary CWT between Indonesian and Malaysian governments.
01/04/2021 £65,895 £21,046,000 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT The Kasane Conference made a recommendation to “Establish, facilitate and support information-sharing mechanisms… to develop knowledge, expertise and best practice in practical experience of involving local people in managing wildlife resources, and in action to tackle IWT”. This project responds to that recommendation by establishing a “learning and action” platform which comprises 1) an online information portal and 2) an on-the-ground forum for locally-driven initiatives from different countries to meet, share lessons and inject community voices into IWT policy-making.
01/04/2021 £37,434 CEFAS Indonesia is the world’s third largest trader in shark and ray (elasmobranch) products (e.g. fins). Elasmobranch products are often difficult to identify to species level making it challenging to detect protected species being illegally traded. This project aims to improve the capacity of trade regulators and law enforcement to detect illegally traded species. This will be done through development of a national training team and improved customs procedure, which will ultimately improve the traceability and sustainability of their elasmobranch trade.
01/04/2021 £1,040,180 £17,184,032 RESILIENCE THROUGH NATURE Aim: To demonstrate and understand how an increase in supported delivery of high quality activities in natural environments, for pupils in schools with the highest proportion of disadvantaged pupils, contributes to improved mental health & wellbeing, engagement with school and other key programme outcomes. Objective 1: To support target schools to establish greener school grounds or to deliver a programme of progressive regular off-site visits in natural environments or both. Objective 2: To enable school staff to deliver the quality and range of activities needed to support delivery of benefits for children’s mental health & wellbeing, their engagement with learning and other programme outcomes. Objective 3: To gather evidence to complete project monitoring and project reporting and to support programme evaluation.
01/04/2021 £125,998 £1,374,927 SOCIAL FARMS AND GARDENS Growing care farming is one of three projects within the Children and Nature Programme. This project is looking to support a transformational increase in the scale and scope of care farm services, so that by 2023 there are 1.3 million care farming places being made available for clients in England. (This equates to a significant increase from the current level of delivery of about 8,000 places per week, to around 32,500 places available each week.) This project also aims to match this increase in capacity with an increase in demand for delivery of care farming services from the referral organisations and networks across the health, social care and educational sectors. It is also expected to lead to an increase in the scope of care farming services, ensuring that the range of services offered can meet the needs of referral organisations and their clients identified during the project.
01/04/2021 £68,859 £5,462,620 COMMUNITY FOREST TRUST To increase and help sustain community forest and woodland outreach activities being delivered to school children, particularly those in disadvantaged areas, to benefit their mental health & wellbeing, engagement with school and other programme outcomes. Objective 1: To increase community forest and woodland outreach with schools in areas of disadvantage and/or special schools and/or APIs. Objective 2: To increase community forest and woodland outreach in ways that are designed specifically to help sustain the use of community forest and woodlands by schools/special schools/APIs beyond the end of the project. Objective 3: To gather evidence to complete project monitoring and reporting, and support evaluation.
01/04/2021 £38,861 GET OUT MORE CIC To increase and help sustain community forest and woodland outreach activities being delivered to school children, particularly those in disadvantaged areas, to benefit their mental health & wellbeing, engagement with school and other programme outcomes. Objective 1: To increase community forest and woodland outreach with schools in areas of disadvantage and/or special schools and/or APIs. Objective 2: To increase community forest and woodland outreach in ways that are designed specifically to help sustain the use of community forest and woodlands by schools/special schools/APIs beyond the end of the project. Objective 3: To gather evidence to complete project monitoring and reporting, and support evaluation.
01/04/2021 £45,660 £8,866,000 THE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS To increase and help sustain community forest and woodland outreach activities being delivered to school children, particularly those in disadvantaged areas, to benefit their mental health & wellbeing, engagement with school and other programme outcomes. Objective 1: To increase community forest and woodland outreach with schools in areas of disadvantage and/or special schools and/or APIs. Objective 2: To increase community forest and woodland outreach in ways that are designed specifically to help sustain the use of community forest and woodlands by schools/special schools/APIs beyond the end of the project. Objective 3: To gather evidence to complete project monitoring and reporting, and support evaluation.
01/04/2021 £52,000 THE NATIONAL FOREST COMPANY To increase and help sustain community forest and woodland outreach activities being delivered to school children, particularly those in disadvantaged areas, to benefit their mental health & wellbeing, engagement with school and other programme outcomes. Objective 1: To increase community forest and woodland outreach with schools in areas of disadvantage and/or special schools and/or APIs. Objective 2: To increase community forest and woodland outreach in ways that are designed specifically to help sustain the use of community forest and woodlands by schools/special schools/APIs beyond the end of the project. Objective 3: To gather evidence to complete project monitoring and reporting, and support evaluation.
01/04/2021 £206 GREENACRES PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £266 GUILSFIELD C P SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £16,925 GWYNEDD COUNCIL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £208 HAY-ON-WYE CP SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £38,095 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £919 HIGH CRAGS ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £71 HIGH HESKET COFE SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £327 HIGHCLIFFE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £468 HILLCREST ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £129 HILLSIDE COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £663 HOLLAND MOOR SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £268 HOLLINGWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £28 HOLME COMMUNITY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £597 HOLY CROSS AND ALL SAINTS RC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £77 HOWELL'S SCHOOL LLANDAFF This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £143 HUNMANBY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £286 HYDESVILLE TOWER SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £1,055 INGROW PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £36 IRFON VALLEY COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £236 IRLAM CP SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £263 IRLAM ENDOWED SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £2,125 ISLE OF ANGLESEY COUNTY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £342 JAMES BRINDLEY COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £489 JAMES RENNIE SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £716 KINGSHURST PRIMARY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £40,851 KIRKLEES COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £133 KNIGHTON CHURCH IN WALES PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £449 KNIGHTON FIELDS PRIMARY ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £1,652 KNOWLES PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £2,134 KNOWSLEY METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £940 LARK HILL COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £63 LAYCOCK PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £30,010 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £43 LEIGHTON CP SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £373 LEY TOP PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £359 LIGHT OAKS INFANTS SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £18 LLANBEDR CHURCH IN WALES SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £23 LLANDINAM PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £107 LLANDYSILIO SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £319 LLANFAES PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £107 LLANFAIR CAEREINION PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £220 LLANGORS C P SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £22 £26,904 LLANGYNIDR PRESCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £329 LLANIDLOES CP SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £49 LLANRHAEADR YM MOCHNANT CP SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £37 LLANSANTFFRAID C IN W (AIDED) PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £314 LOW ASH PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £307 LUNCHBOX This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £147 MAESYRHANDIR COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £844 MALVINS CLOSE PRIMARY ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £30,219 MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £293 MARGARET MCMILLAN PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £171 MAYFLOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £536 MEADOWFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £338 MEDWAY COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £11,554 MERTHYR TYDFIL COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £58,029 METROPOLITAN BOROUGH OF ROCHDALE This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £29,864 MIDLOTHIAN COUNCIL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £15,697 MILK4LIFE LTD This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £499 MIRIAM LORD PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £6,228 MONMOUTHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £51 MONTGOMERY CHURCH IN WALES SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £100 MOORFIELD PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £890 MOORSIDE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £298 MOUNT STREET NURSERY AND INFANT SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £6,353 NEATH PORT TALBOT COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £273 NEWBY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £1,693 NEWCASTLE CITY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £21,324 NEWPORT CITY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £14,225 NORTH AYRSHIRE COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £332 NORTH WALKDEN PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £899 NORTHFIELD HOUSE PRIMARY ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £1,912 NORTHUMBERLAND C OF E ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £18,444 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £67 OAKWOOD INFANT AND NURSERY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £26,420 OLDHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £782 ORKNEY ISLANDS COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £687 PARK HALL INFANT ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £259 PARKLEE COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £196 PARKWOOD PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £870 PEEL HALL PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £7,354 PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £323 PENYGLODDFA CP SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £339 PLATT BRIDGE COMMUNITY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £107 PRESTEIGNE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £293 PRIORY CHURCH IN WALES SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £19 RADNOR VALLEY CP SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £222 RAVENSDALE JUNIOR SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £16,145 RENFREWSHIRE COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £13,918 RHONDDA CYNON TAF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £790 RIVER VIEW PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £136 ROSELANDS PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £8,646 ROTHERHAM MET BOR COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £160 RUNNYMEDE ST EDWARD'S SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £105 RUSSELL HALL PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £60 SAINT PAUL PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £1,736 SEFTON MET BOR COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £69 SENNYBRIDGE SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £28,389 SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £858 SHERINGHAM WOODFIELDS SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £1,960 SHETLAND ISLANDS COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £244 SMITHS WOOD PARISH COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £32,796 SOUTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £429 SOUTH WOOTTON INFANT SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £824 SOUTHMERE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £893 SPARKENHOE COMMUNITY PRIMARY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £50 ST CATHERINES CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £222 ST CHARLES RC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £495 ST GEORGES C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £4,761 ST HELENS COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £275 £3,190,633 ST HILARY'S SCHOOL TRUST LIMITED This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £196 ST MARK'S RC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £225 ST MARY'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £92 ST MARYS RC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £890 ST MATTHEWS CE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £214 ST PAUL'S COFE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £229 ST PETER'S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £75 ST RICHARDS CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £447 ST THOMAS OF CANTERBURY RC PRIMARY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £261 ST WALBURGAS CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £202 ST WILLIAM'S CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £40 ST. GEORGES PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £26 ST. JOHNS RC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £306 ST. TERESA'S RC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £259 STAMFORD PARK JUNIOR SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £200 STROUD SCHOOL LTD This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £170 SUMMERVILLE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £838 TEMPLENEWSAM HALTON PRIMARY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £140 THE FRIARS PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £529 THE MILFORD ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £345 THORP PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £8,743 TORFAEN COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £3,006 TRAFFORD COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £127 TREOWEN CP SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £188 £417 TRINITY ALL SAINTS CE PRIMARY SCHOOL PTFA This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £761 UNITED SCHOOLS FEDERATION C/O ST MARYS C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £18,083 VALE OF GLAMORGAN COUNCIL CATERING SERVICES This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £347 VICTORIA PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £247 WAUNFAWR PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £228 WELSHPOOL CHURCH IN WALES PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £151 WEST GATE SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £38,837 WEST LOTHIAN COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £69 WESTVILLE HOUSE SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £106 WHEATCROFT COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £470 WHETLEY ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £218 WHITEGATE END PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £701 WHITKIRK PRIMARY SCHOOL (RED KITE LEARNING TRUST) This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £579 WILLOW TREE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £268 WOODHOUSE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £40,508 WREXHAM COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL 904599 This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £134 YESOIDAY HATORAH SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £433 YSGOL BAE BAGLAN This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £90 YSGOL BRO HYDDGEN PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £103 YSGOL CWM BROMBIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £149 YSGOL PENNANT This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £69 YSGOL PONT ROBERT POWYS COUNTY COUNCIL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £166 YSGOL RHIW BECHAN This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £47 YSGOL Y MYNYDD DU This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £79 MERLIN TOP PRIMARY ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £46 ST MARYS CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £246 WOODCHURCH COFE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £725 ALL SAINTS CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £138 WESTBOURNE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £561 KILLINGHALL PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £157 LISTER PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £388 IDLE C E (A) PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £641 MARRIOTT PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £73 SPINNEY HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £192 ST PETERS SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £17 FORDEN C & W SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £139 THURNBY LODGE PRIMARY ACADEMY This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £422 PUDSEY PRIMROSE HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £17 LLANYGEDWYN CONTROLLED SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £136,457 CITY AND COUNTY OF SWANSEA This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £1,654 CITY OF STOKE-ON-TRENT This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £13 YSGOL PENMAES This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £3,634 A J GAY & SONS LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,660 BEDFORDIA FARMS LTD, The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £4,388 BELTON BROS LTD, The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £5,752 BRITISH WHEATFIELDS LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,300 CDC AGRICULTURAL HOLDINGS LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,972 CHEESLEY HILL FARM LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £7,365 COOPER BROTHERS (BUTTERWICK) LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,302 D & G A'BEAR FARMING LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £18,370 D H DEPTFORD (FARMS) LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,446 EUROTECH INTERNATIONAL GROUP LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,504 FLUIDS IN MOTION LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £6,746 FRICKLEY HOLDINGS LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £5,778 G E GREEN LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £13,887 GARRETT BROS LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,710 GREAT COWBRIDGE GRANGE FARM LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,379 LOW BORROWBRIDGE FARM LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,778 LURCOMBE FARM COMPANY The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,984 M A & J BAIRD LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £3,128 MESSRS P & T L EDMONDSON LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £5,136 MIDDLE HALL FARMS LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £3,900 MORRIS (STONEA) LTD, E H The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,413 NEW HALL FARM LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,470 R H TOPHAM & SONS LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,787 RADNIDGE FARM LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £4,823 RD & A RHODES LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £22,871 ROCK FARMS LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,113 ROWBOTTOM LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,799 SPLENDIDSUCCESS LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £3,502 SPRINGFIELD FARMING LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,327 STURTS COMMUNITY TRUST The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £3,059 T W ROBINSON FARMERS LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £5,726 THE BROMBOROUGH ESTATE COMPANY LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,240 THE DARTMOOR SHEPHERD LTD. The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,882 THE WOOLLEY FARM LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,673 THORNEYCROFT FARMS LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £9,784 W A WADE-GERY LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £1,807 W F ALTON & SON LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,343 WEALD BARKFOLD FARM LTD The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,672 WESTCOTT OAKFORD LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £2,185 WYVOLS COURT FARM LIMITED The aim of the SFI scheme is to provide funding for farmers to make environmental improvements through activities such as improving wildlife habitats, maintaining and improving soils and encouraging the sustainable management of woodland. It will pay farmers for actions taken to manage their land in an environmentally sustainable way. Actions will be grouped into simple packages to make it as easy as possible for farmers to identify what actions are best suited to their land; the 2021 pilot is designed as a learning mechanism to inform future rounds of the scheme
01/04/2021 £349,021 DEFRA The Apiculture Programme in England focuses on helping beekeepers through the provision of technical assistance to combat and control bee pests and diseases. The programme is implemented by the National Bee Unit (part of the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA)).
01/04/2021 £345 LONG LEE PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £61 SELBY, LONGMAN'S HILL COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £134 ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH IN WALES This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £29 YSGOL BRO CYNLLAITH PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £180 YSGOL BRO TAWE This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £451 YSGOL DAFYDDLLWYD This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £24 YSGOL DOLAFON This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £172 YSGOL DYFFRYN TRANNON This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £210 YSGOL GLANTWYNYN This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £118 YSGOL GYMRAEG YSTALYFERA BRO DUR This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £80 YSGOL GYNRADD CARNO PRIMARY SCHOOL This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £114 YSGOL LLANBRYNMAIR This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £288 YSGOL MEIFOD This scheme supports distribution of drinking milk and other milk products to school children aged 3 to 11 years (excluding milk reimbursed under national Nursery Milk Scheme) by paying a subsidy for each portion of milk consumed.Subsidising the cost
01/04/2021 £40,400 BEDFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £141,153 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN BOROUGH COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £104,491 BRIGHTON AND HOVE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £75,336 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £147,077 CAMBRIDGESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £65,369 CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £94,351 CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £88,237 DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £101,610 EAST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £102,659 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £125,751 GLOUCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £82,459 HAMPSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £36,764 HERTFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £115,729 KENT COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £60,634 LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £64,742 LEICESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £80,005 LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £39,470 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £61,543 LONDON BOROUGH OF BARNET Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £74,355 LONDON BOROUGH OF CROYDON Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £46,909 LONDON BOROUGH OF LEWISHAM Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £113,500 LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £81,291 LONDON BOROUGH OF REDBRIDGE Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £38,640 LONDON BOROUGH OF SUTTON Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £57,047 LUTON COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £91,005 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £193,791 NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE CITY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £56,544 NORTH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £43,354 NORTH SOMERSET COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £29,327 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £21,564 NOTTINGHAM CITY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £192,338 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £102,251 PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £76,035 ROTHERHAM METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £109,707 SOMERSET COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £59,227 STOCKTON BOROUGH COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £57,332 SUFFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £32,401 SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £95,455 TELFORD AND WREKIN COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £51,029 THURROCK COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £164,000 WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £35,048 WILTSHIRE COUNCIL Round two (funded NCF) increase tree planting and natural regeneration in non-woodland areas. The LATF provides funding for the establishment of trees in non-woodland settings. These may include parks, riparian zones, copses and shelterbelts, as well as green lanes, small linear woodlands alongside roads and footpaths, and vacant and disused community spaces.
01/04/2021 £3,410 2BY2 SERVICES LIMITED This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £5,299 A & J SHELDRAKE LTD This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £65,131 A & L MORGAN LTD This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £9,988 A D & A RICHARDSON LIMITED This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £18,101 A F MONK (ROOKLEY) LTD. This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £18,764 A G WRIGHT & SON (FARMS) LTD This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £69,501 A HYMAS LTD This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £36,888 A PARSONS & SON FARMING LIMITED This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £13,000 A R FOOT LTD This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £4,544 AEOLUS GROUP LIMITED This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £7,771 AGRICOLA GROWERS LTD This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £21,217 AH WARREN TRUST LTD This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £133,201 AJ LLOYD LTD This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £16,841 AJ WADLAND LTD This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £28,246 ALBANWISE LIMITED This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £9,146 ALSTON LTD, D I This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £80,985 AMBIOS LIMITED This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £7,400 AMOS NELSON LIMITED This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £141,720 £1,951,135 AMPHIBIAN AND REPTILE CONSERVATION TRUST This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £56,727 AMPTON HALL ESTATES This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £48,073 ANYTIME ANYWHERE LIMITED This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £2,625 APPLETREEWICK PARISH COUNCIL This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £17,806 ARGRAIN LIMITED This covers grants made for investments in physical assets made under Countryside Stewardship. The measure supports various farm and forestry investments in particular for businesses investing in innovative business practices and new technologies to make
01/04/2021 £20,401 ARNOLD FARMS LIMITED