We have created a £50m Green Recovery Fund to help us meet our climate and ecology ambitions as set out in the Climate & Ecological Strategy & Action Plan.
As a combined authority, we have invested £30m of our own funding into the Green Recovery Fund and will seek to match this with additional funding streams to reach a total fund of £50m.
The objectives of the fund are to:
Applications for the Green Recovery Fund are current closed.
The first round of the Green Recovery Fund aimed to allocate an indicative total of up to:
The first round of Green recovery fund focused on two of the five themes outlined within the Climate & Ecological Strategy & Action Plan: nature recovery and renewable energy.
Organisations eligible to apply include:
All projects must fall within the Combined Authority area (Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset, and South Gloucestershire) to be eligible. Businesses and commercial entities are not able to apply in this funding round, though the eligible organisations above are able to apply in partnership with commercial businesses.
Read our long-term strategic approach to tackling the climate and ecological emergency.
Celebrating organisations taking action to support pollinators and tackle the ecological crisis.
Developing a Nature Recovery Network to protect and restore wildlife, and provide opportunities to re-introduce species that we have lost from our countryside.