Funding for a major transport link in Truro to bring forward the development of new homes to build a community, allow more investment in public transport and encourage cycling and walking which will improve the lives of residents has been announced today (11 June 2019).
Mining consultancy firm Wardell Armstrong (Consortium lead), exploration company Cornish Lithium and the Natural History Museum (“the Consortium”) are pleased to announce the Government has granted funding for a new study to assess the feasibility of developing a UK supply of lithium.
Today, in Parliament I welcomed this announcement. I join Women’s Aid and SafeLives in welcoming this significant step in ending the postcode lottery of support for survivors of domestic abuse and their children.
UK organisations can apply for a share of up to £30 million to develop designs for smart local energy systems that make the best use of innovative technologies including cheaper renewables, energy storage, low carbon heat and digital infrastructure.
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