Hull organisations can now apply for a share of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).
Round three of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund is now open.

Help improve your workforce skills through UK Shared Prosperity Funding

Applications are welcome for the latest round of Hull’s UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).

Round three of UKSPF is for People & Skills with £2.7m worth of funding available.

Hull City Council was provided with £9.1m to support local businesses and residents, as well as voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations.

The latest round of applications is open until 23 October, with decisions on funding from December and delivery of projects between April 2024 to March 2025.

The criteria for prioritisation of project applications are set out in the following themes:

  • Partnership provision to support people into employment
  • Volunteering to access employment
  • Targeted support/specialist provision
  • Skills support for the workforce

Cllr Paul Drake-Davis, portfolio holder for regeneration at Hull City Council, said: “The UKSPF has already provided a tremendous amount of opportunity for a range of businesses, people and organisations in Hull.

“The council is excited that it has been able to launch this latest round for People & Skills projects and looks forward to receiving applications.”

For an application form, email

Further information on UK Shared Prosperity Fund is available here.

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