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From insider media | Monday 10 December 2018

Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) board approves funding secured through its Growth Deals with government.

Danish Buildings Stephen Horncastle
The Danish Building. Image: Insider Media/Stephen Horncastle

A series of buildings on Hull's historic High Street are being renovated with the support of an investment of £250,000 from the government's Local Growth Fund.

The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) board approved the funding, which was secured through its Growth Deals with government.

The investment supports a £1.2m scheme from Allenby Commercial to renovate and redevelop the Danish Buildings to provide new managed workspace for small businesses.

Andrew Allenby, director of Allenby Commercial, said: "We hope to build upon the success of the Centre for Digital Innovation, which has been developed in recent years. The project has attracted new tech based companies and allowed existing tech SMEs the confidence to expand."

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