UK Community Renewal Fund
Information on submitting bids and bid criteria can be found in the sections below.
Gloucestershire County Council is seeking bids from organisations wishing to deliver activity as part of the UK Community Renewal Fund.
Please read the UK Community Renewal Fund Prospectus and the UK Community Fund Technical Note for Project Applicants and Deliverers before starting work on a bid.
The Prospectus provides detailed information on the objectives of the Fund, the types of projects it intends to support, and how it operates, including the process and selection criteria that will be used to assess bids.
Successful UK Community Renewal Fund bids will be for 2021/22 only and activity must end in March 2022.
Submitting a bid
Bids must be submitted using the UK Community Renewal Fund Application Form. Bids submitted in any other format will not be accepted.
Bids must be submitted to Gloucestershire County Council using this email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bids must be submitted by midnight on Sunday 9 May 2021.
The UK Community Renewal Fund is a competitive process and Gloucestershire County Council and the UK Government will not enter into discussions with bidders.
For any additional information or clarity regarding the how the UK Community Renewal Fund will be managed in Gloucestershire please contact the county council using the following email address email@example.com
Gloucestershire County Council’s Privacy notice covering the UK Community Renewal fund can be accessed here. Gloucestershire County Council is the data controller for the personal information we collect from you in relation to bids submitted to the Lead Authority. If your bid is shortlisted Gloucestershire County Council is a Joint Data Controller with the Ministry for Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) in respect of applications submitted to the Secretary of State for consideration. Gloucestershire County Council and the Department will processes all data according to the provisions of the Data Protection Act 2018 and the UK General Data Protection Regulation 2018 (UK GDPR) all applicable laws and regulations relating to processing of Personal Data and privacy, including, where necessary, the guidance and codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner and any other relevant data protection regulations (together “the Data Protection Legislation (as amended from time to time)”).