Runnymede Borough Council has been awarded £9,600 towards a scheme which will help reduce the spread of Covid-19.
The Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership, which supports business growth in Hampshire and Surrey, has moved quickly to establish a Supporting Town Centres Fund designed to give confidence to shoppers and high street users.
The project, to be delivered in four weeks, will see the installation of automatic doors in the car park at the Addlestone One Shopping Centre and will help prevent the spread of Covid-19 by allowing this high-footfall area to be accessed without visitors needing to touch the doors.
Enterprise M3 has contributed £9,600 towards a total project cost of £12,600 in Runnymede. The Supporting Town Centres Fund is a £500,000 fund utilising unallocated Local Growth Funding from central Government to identify and fund projects which can be delivered quickly to keep people safe as restrictions are eased around the region.
Amount financed: £9,600
Total cost: £12,600
Partner: Runnymede Borough Council
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