Local Regeneration Projects

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Local Regeneration Projects

Welcome to the Regeneration Division

Rother's rural coastal setting and outstanding scenery masks significant structural weaknesses in the local economy.  Low wage levels, poor road and rail infrastructure, a dispersed rural population and an elderly demographic profile all provide significant challenges facing the Council in promoting the economic and social well-being of the district.  The Council has a key leadership role in promoting community well-being, and engages with a variety of partners in the sustainable regeneration of communities and its economies.

The Council works closely with other agencies to promote economic growth and combat the effects of low wages, rural isolation and social exclusion.  This section sets out further details of the Council's activities as well as those of its partners in this area.

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    Rother's Economic Regeneration Strategy

    Rother's Economic Regeneration Strategy 2010-15

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    21st Century Parks

    Rother District Council and the City of Oostende have been award grant funding from the European Union (EU) programme called INTERREG.

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    Camber

    Camber Village is located on the East Sussex coast, close to the border with Shepway, Kent and near the historic market town of Rye.

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    Other Activities

    The Council is also involved with a number of other activities which help to support its Regeneration Strategy objectives:

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    Elva Business Centre

    Elva Business Centre opened in July 2010 as an employment site for small businesses on variable leases.

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    Local Regeneration Partnerships

    The Council works closely with local regeneration partnerships to help deliver its regeneration objectives.

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    Hastings and Bexhill Task Force

    The Hastings and Bexhill Task Force was established in July 2001 to bring together a regeneration strategy for the Hastings and Bexhill area.

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    Facts and Figures about East Sussex

    East Sussex County Council offers an on-line information service covering topics such as population, housing, economy, deprivation and the environment.

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    External and European Funding

    The County Council's External Funding team offer advice and guidance on external funding programmes, including EU funding.

  • Contact Regeneration

    The Regeneration Division is based at offices across the District in Bexhill and Battle.

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