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There is a wide range of funding programmes currently available to projects taking place in Lincolnshire. Each funding programme is relevant for specific types of projects.

The Enterprise Team at Lincolnshire County Council will be happy to provide you with advice and guidance on which programme will fit with your project.

Business Support

If you are looking for local business support visit and check out the Advice & Grant Scheme Finder.

Community Grants

If you are a community organisation and you are looking for funding advice then there are a number of avenues you can explore, including the National Lottery and Grant Search


If you are an Economic Development organisation or training provider and you are looking to run a training project, then the new European Social Fund may be something to consider. 

  • Rural Development Programme England (RDPE)

    The LEADER approach is part of the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) and is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD).

  • Regional Growth Fund

    The RGF is a £1.4bn fund which is designed to encourage enterprise, growth and jobs in the private sector and support areas and communities that are dependent on the public sector.

  • Lincolnshire Investment Network

    Bringing together businesses, investors and professional services to drive business development and growth across the county

  • SME Business Growth & Finance

    The programme is designed to offer innovation, strategic management and financial support for hard to reach trading business based in the urban and rural areas of Boston, Lincoln City and East Lindsey.

Contact Information

Economic Regeneration

Lancaster House
36 Orchard Street
Tel: 01522 550500

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Last updated: 20 March 2018

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