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The Enabling Natural Resources and Well-being (ENRaW) Grant supports projects that improve places where people live.

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21 May 2019
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ENRaW supports the development and delivery of projects that make clear links between improving the resilience of our natural resources and well-being. The well-being benefits span economic, social, environmental and cultural well-being. The grant supports projects that involve cross sector co-operation and collaboration in their delivery.

ENRaW provides a blend of revenue and capital costs associated with such projects. Activity delivered under the grant has a clear focus on the following three themes of action:

  • developing, regenerating and broadening access to sustainable green infrastructure
  • improving the quality of the urban and rural built environment
  • developing resilient ecological networks

We funded a total of 36 projects as a result of the first funding window. The investment through the grant exceeded £14m.  Here are brief summaries of these projects.