Harrogate to share in £1bn fund for Future Park development

Liam Fox

Harrogate gets a share of £2.2bn worth of new investment opportunities to create new homes and jobs launched by the Department for International Trade.

Wales is to get had of the pot of money, and Harrogate’s share will comes from the remaining £1bn, shared with a further six projects up and down the country.  It will be used for Future Park, a mixed manufacturing, leisure, retail, and technology development

Launched at international property event MIPIM in Cannes, the new projects include an array of development opportunities in England and the government’s first Wales property investment portfolio.

International Tade Secretary Liam Fox said: “The portfolios we are showcasing at MIPIM represent the wide array of real estate investment opportunities the UK has to offer that can satisfy the needs of every type of international investor.

“These developments will create more jobs and homes for our residents, delivering essential infrastructure and I am incredibly pleased my department, in conjunction with Homes England and MHCLG, have supported their launch.”