Category: Press Release – Other

A new Chair and Deputy Chairs were elected today (3 June 2024) at the first Annual General Meeting of the South East Wales Corporate Joint Committee (SEWCJC), the statutory regional public body for the Cardiff Capital Region.
Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) is attending UKREiiF in Leeds from 21 to 23 May to showcase £15 billion of investment opportunities and spotlight the Region as one of 12 Investment Zones selected by UK and Welsh Government last year.  
The Northern Valleys Initiative aims to play a long-term levelling-up role in tackling some of the intra-regional disparities that exist within the Cardiff Capital Region.
INVESTMENT opportunities in Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) worth £15 billion are being showcased at MIPIM - the largest property exhibition in the world.
INVESTMENT opportunities in South Wales were the focus of a London event (Monday February 26) which promoted the benefits of co-investment with the Cardiff Capital Region (CCR).
The Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) is now accepting applications for its new Business Growth Programme to drive economic development across Southeast Wales, helping entrepreneurs and scale up companies.
Innovation Investment Capital Limited Partnership (IIC), the Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) backed fund has today announced a multimillion-pound investment in Mazuma, the Bridgend-based online accountancy firm.
Fay Jones MP, the new Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Wales, yesterday visited the decommissioned coal-fired station at Aberthaw, south Wales to view progress and to learn more about Cardiff Capital Region’s (CCR) ambitious and exciting redevelopment plans for the historic site. 
The Cardiff Capital Region City Deal (CCR) has launched a unique £6.6 million programme that seeks to drive economic development across South East Wales by boosting job creation and skills and unlocking barriers to growth for businesses.
£160M funding from UK Government and Welsh Government announced in the Autumn Statement to support intensive economic growth in Southeast Wales.

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