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Vibrant and Viable Places regeneration areas

Vibrant and Viable Places is our regeneration framework which has invested more than £115m in regeneration schemes between 2014 and 2017.

The money has been invested in town centres, coastal communities and Communities First areas. All local authorities in Wales were invited to bid for a share of the fund. It has been allocated to local authorities for use in particular local areas.

The following local authorities and areas received funding::

Bridgend
Funded area: Bridgend Town Centre
Allocation: £6.166m

Conwy
Funded area: Colwyn Bay
Allocation: £13.864m

Flintshire
Funded area: Deeside
Allocation: £8.3m

Isle of Anglesey
Funded area: Holyhead
Allocation: £8.489m

Merthyr Tydfil
Funded area: Merthyr Tydfil Town Centre
Allocation: £12.873m

Neath Port Talbot
Funded area: Port Talbot
Allocation: £11.473m

Newport
Funded area: Newport City Centre
Allocation: £16.9m

Rhondda Cynon Taff
Funded area: Pontypridd
Allocation: £6.678m

Swansea
Funded area: Swansea City Centre
Allocation: £11.76m

Torfaen
Funded area: Pontypool
Allocation: £8.65m

Wrexham
Funded area: Wrexham Town Centre/Caia Park/Hightown
Allocation: £12.5m