Published: 6th Jun 2019

A cake stall in Borough Market, London. Credit: David Iliff (CC BY-SA 3.0). The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has made £20m of funding available to support London’s town centres, high streets and local regeneration projects. The funding will go towards the third round of his £70m Good Growth Fund, which aims to support growth and community development in London. To date, the Good Growth Fund – which is delivered by the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP) – has awarded just over £50m to 108 local projects. The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: ‘I’m proud to support London’s markets and in the next round of my Good Growth Fund, I want to continue supporting innovative projects which celebrate London’s diversity. ‘This funding is part of my wider strategy to improve town centres and high streets. I am determined to address some of the big challenges … (To read the full article, subscribe below)