Getting Building Fund

On 4 August 2020, the government confirmed the list of over 300 successful projects which will receive a share of £900 million from the Getting Building Fund.

The full list of projects is available on GOV.UK.

The Getting Building Fund is investing in shovel-ready infrastructure projects to create jobs and support economic recovery across the country.

Projects funded include:

  • Regeneration of town and city centres
  • Green infrastructure and clean energy
  • Transport and digital connectivity improvements
  • Unlocking of housing and business sites
  • Support for SMEs and learners

The successful projects (over 300) are expected to deliver up to 85,000 jobs, over 1,500,000 sqm of commercial floor space, unlocking 45,000 homes, almost 1,000,000 sqm of public realm or green space improved or created, over 50,000 new learners assisted, and 65 million kgs of CO2 emissions saved.

Worcestershire was successful with a bid for 12 projects equalling £12M of investment across the county.

The Getting Building Programme will stimulate activity across the local economy during 2020/21 and 2021/22.

Below you will find each project which has been approved with key information on the project such as, who is involved, delivery status, cost to deliver and benefits of the scheme. You will also be able to read all the latest news for the project you have clicked on.

If you have any enquiries around the Worcestershire Getting Building Fund, please contact us by emailing

A456 Improvements at Hagley 

Flood Resilience Work at Tenbury Wells

Hoobrook Island Capacity Improvements 

Kidderminster Construction & Automotive Skills Centre 

Keepax Walking and Cycling Bridge for Worcester

Low Carbon Housing in Bromsgrove

Malvern Technology Park

Redditch Transport Interchange

Superfast Worcestershire 

Worcester Health, Wellbeing and Inclusive Sport Centre 

Worcester Shrub Hill Station Masterplan

Vale Business Park in Evesham