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The South East Midlands was allocated £117million* from the 2014-20 European Structural Investment Fund (ESIF) Growth Programme. The Growth Programme provides investment to projects that promote growth, jobs and social inclusion. ESIF comprises three different funds detailed below. For more information about European funding available, including the latest updates on grant-funding calls, sign-up to our funding e-blasts.

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European Regional
Development Fund (ERDF)

Read about the funding programme and learn about open calls

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Social Fund (ESF)

Read about the funding programme and learn about the open calls.

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European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD)

Read about the funding programme available to rural businesses.

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European Structural Investment Fund

Government departments manage and administer European funds. SEMLEP is responsible developing the local ESIF strategy. This identifies local priorities that help to determine where funds are invested. Please note that the ESIF Implementation has been updated as of May 2018.  

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South East Midlands
ESIF Implementation

The implementation plan sets out priorities for ESF and ERDF spending for the second part (2017-2020) of the programme.

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Key Publications

Read key publications about the ESIF growth programme in the South East Midlands, including the ESIF strategy and information about funding calls.

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European Funding Events

Find out what ESIF events are your area.

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