1 Tay Cities Deal Joint Committee notes Forfar Town hall, 22nd March 2019 Scottish Government and UK government representatives attended to inform the
More than £1.8 billion of planned investment will form the basis of the Tay Cities Deal which could create up to 15,000 jobs for the region. Among over 50 projects included in a submission document revealed today at the James Hutton Institute are an advanced plant growth centre and an international barley hub to be built at the Institutes
A Perthshire MP has said the delay in getting the hotly-anticipated Tay Cities Deal done can be partly attributed to him and other MPs fighting to get a better deal for their constituents.
Infrastructure Secretary, Michael Matheson, is challenging the UK Government to match his funding commitment for the Tay Cities Region Deal. The Scottish Government is prepared to invest £200 million to deliver inclusive economic growth across the region, through skills, tourism and innovation.
A £1.84bn proposal to create up to 15,000 jobs in Tayside and North East Fife has been announced. The Tay Cities Deal submission document includes more than 50 projects, including a scheme to
More than 490,000 people, or about 10% of the country’s population, live in the area covered by the Tay Cities Deal. It includes the cities of Dundee and Perth as well as Angus and the north part of Fife. The growth rate in employment of 0.7% per annum across the Tay Cities region is less than the Scottish average of 1.2%.
The University of Dundee is at the heart of the Tay Cities region. Our goal is to make positive economic impact in this region. We can create over 1000 new jobs, attract major businesses to the area and encourage the creation of new ones.
Angus & The Mearns Angus councillors lock horns over Tay Cities Deal fees March 25 2019. Angus councillors have locked horns as it emerged the local authority faces a bill of up £1.5 million for
The Scottish government says it will invest £200m in the Tay Cities Deal - and has challenged the UK government to match it. Previous deals for areas including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness and
Ministers from the UK and Scottish Governments plus council chiefs have signed the Tay Cities Region Deal this morning - said to be worth up to £1 billion for the area.
Tay Cities Deal The bid to secure a City Deal was led by a strategic partnership of the Leaders and Chief Executives of the four local authorities that deliver services across the Tay Cities region. Angus , Dundee , Fife and Perth & Kinross Councils worked together with our Community Planning Partners to achieve the Tay Cities Deal .