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Shared Prosperity Fund

The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government's Levelling Up agenda and provides £2.6 billion across the UK, of funding for local investment by March 2025.

Swansea Council has been nominated to act as the lead authority on behalf of the South West Wales region.

Regional partners

If you live in Swansea but your project would be delivered in another area of South West Wales, our partners have specific information on their websites:

Shared Prosperity Fund - Anchor projects

Swansea is operating six 'anchor' projects on key themes of the programme aligned to corporate and partnership strategies. These contain a range of support measures, commissioned activities and third party grant schemes.

Open call information (Swansea)

This is the open call for projects under the UK Shared Prosperity Fund for the Swansea county area, part of the South West Wales region.

Application guidance

Application form guidance notes to help you complete the process.

Procurement contract thresholds

The Shared Prosperity Fund's procurement route applies to any organisation that is not a Contracting Authority under the Public Procurement Regulations.

Regional Investment Plan

Lead local authorities have been asked to complete a Regional Investment Plan, setting out how they intend to use and deliver the funding at a very high level.

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions about the Shared Prosperity Fund.

Contact the SPF team

If you want to apply for funding and need assistance, please complete the enquiry form and we will contact you.

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Last modified on 28 June 2023