9 October 2020
Sharing Peterborough's £600 million masterplans
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On 9 October 2020, 90 investors, businesses, and local stakeholders attended an online conference about the £600 million masterplans for Peterborough city centre as it works towards its vision for 2050.
In total, eight investment sites are being brought forward by Peterborough City Council for development. The Council aims to work with public-private partners like Opportunity Peterborough, and Peterborough Investment Partnership , alongside the private sector to enable £600 million of private capital investment in these sites.
The conference also provided an overview of additional plans around infrastructure and clean energy production. Project olans which had been submitted to the UK government for the city’s Towns Fund bid were also shared. On 27 October it was announced Peterborough had successfully secured £22.9 million from the scheme.
A copy of the presentation slides can be downloaded here.
Tom Hennessy, CEO of Opportunity Peterborough
Cllr John Holdich OBE, Leader of Peterborough City Council
Government support for regenerating Peterborough
Paul Bristow MP, Member of Parliament for Peterborough
Shailesh Vara MP, Member of Parliament for North West Cambridgeshire
Peterborough’s contribution to the challenge of sustainable growth for the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough economy
Mayor James Palmer, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority
Investment Opportunities in Peterborough
Steve Cox, Executive Director – Place and Economy, Peterborough City Council
Steve Cox’s presentation is available to view and download here
To find out more about what Peterborough has to offer, talk to Opportunity Peterborough