The UK Community Renewal Fund (UKCRF) is a UK Government programme for 2021/2022. The fund aims to support people and communities most in need across the UK to pilot programmes and new approaches to prepare for the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
The UK Government is particularly interested in bids which build on –
The Government is also keen that this Fund is used to support innovation and new ideas.
The UKCRF has four national investment priorities –
Any legally constituted organisation can bid for funding from the UKCRF. However, bids from private sector organisations and registered charities will only be considered where they are for projects that will provide a service to benefit other organisations or individuals (i.e. not if the intention of the project is to further their own business/organisation). The UKCRF will not provide funding to individuals to deliver projects.
As a lead authority, Hull City Council is inviting proposals for shortlisting before submission to government. Successful UK Community Renewal Fund bids will be for 2021/2022 only and activity must end in March 2022.
Bids must be submitted using the UK Community Renewal Fund application form only and bids submitted in any other format will not be accepted. Access the form below.
Please read the UK Community Renewal Fund Prospectus and the UK Community Fund technical note for project applicants and deliveries at –
before starting work on a bid. The prospectus provides detailed information on –
Bids must be submitted to us via email to email@example.com
Bids must be submitted by 12 noon on Thursday 20 May 2021. The UK Community Renewal Fund is a competitive process and Hull City Council and the UK Government will not enter discussions with bidders.
For more information on this fund please visit the Hull City Council website here UK Community Renewal Fund | Hull City Council