Joint working to regenerate Caterham Valley town centre

Joint working to regenerate Caterham Valley town centre

An ambitious project to help regenerate Caterham Valley’s town centre has received a boost, following financial support from Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership.

Coast to Capital will provide £4.9 million in funding through the Local Growth Fund, awarded to Local Enterprise Partnerships like Coast to Capital for investment in projects that benefit local areas and economies.

This funding is in addition to the £225,000 it previously awarded and both sets of funding will help us transform Quadrant House in Caterham Valley town centre, helping support local businesses and generate economic growth in the area, to create a sustainable place for residents and local businesses.

The initial funding is being used to refurbish the common parts of Quadrant House and to create the Workary, Caterham, where small businesses in the area will soon be able to access local flexible, affordable work space and business support, along with face to face and digital networking opportunities.

The additional funding will enable us to refurbish the remaining vacant suites to better suit modern requirements, to significantly improve the external appearance of the building and to incorporate a number of environmental features such as solar panels, a green wall or green roof and heat recovery air conditioning. 

The new funding will also support the Caterham Business Improvement District’s (BID) plans to improve Croydon Road by providing safer crossing points, more planting, wider pavements and more places to meet, rest or dwell.

The project will attract more people to the area, support the local economy and protect jobs and the environment.

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