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68 BLACKPOOL


Blackpool Central’s regeneration vision MAKING A BIG DEAL OF THINGS


 Town Deal bid:


• Blackpool central courts relocation - a catalyst to the delivery of the Blackpool Central development project, destined to be the biggest single investment In Blackpool for more than a century.


With £300m of private investment, Blackpool Central will deliver a new, year-round leisure facility on the former Central Station site, creating more than 1,000 jobs and attracting an additional 600,000 visitors per year.


• Multiversity - A new world-class learning facility that aims to be the 


Based in the heart of the town centre, it will increase the range of local skills that are suited to the local employment needs, help over 1,000 new learners into education and gain  


Blackpool & The Fylde College will relocate from its existing campus. Through a high quality, technical and professional curriculum, co-created with local employers and in partnership with Lancaster University, the Multiversity will support skills growth. It has been described as a “real game-changer”.


Daryl Platt, the college’s vice-principal for engagement, says the new campus will play a major role in driving up skills and meeting the productivity challenge. He adds: “The aim is to create a more modern 


• Investment in infrastructure at Blackpool Airport Enterprise Zone - to increase development opportunities, improve access and advance both physical and digital connectivity. It will open up 15 hectares of land for development, deliver 32,000 sq m of new high-  to locate on the zone, creating up to 600 new jobs and creating An enterprising approach: page 42


• Revoe Community Sports Village – The project aims to transform the inner area of Blackpool through redevelopment of an abandoned site, a new community sports facility, new  improved land and property.


• Blackpool Illuminations modernisation – This project will renew and re-invigorate Britain’s biggest light show, as well as building on the successful Lightpool Festival. It will deliver upgraded electrical infrastructure to support town centre lighting, create new light- based features and art installations on the Promenade, created in  to permanently extend the season to rejuvenate a tourism industry blighted by the pandemic.


• Blackpool Youth Hub – This will provide a virtual and physical focal point for coordinated delivery of employability and skills provision for 16-24-year-olds NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training), including those recently made redundant and unable to  The project will deliver a renovated facility, engage with 500 employers and assist 500 new learners into education.


 Buildings will provide a centre of excellence for entrepreneurs and a focal point for nurturing growth of small businesses. The project   and create the opportunity for closer collaboration with employers.


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