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Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund

Inquiry

The Welsh Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry into the proposed UK Shared Prosperity Fund. The fund is earmarked to replace European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI) that puts £375 million into the Welsh economy each year.

Read the key points in an interactive summary of our report

Reports, special reports and government responses

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4th Report: Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund: Priorities for the replacement of EU structural funding
Inquiry Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
HC 90
Report
Response to this report
4th Special Report: Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund: Priorities for the replacement of EU structural funding: Government response to the Committee’s Fourth Report of Session 2019–21
Special Report
4th Special Report: Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund: Priorities for the replacement of EU structural funding: Government response to the Committee’s Fourth Report of Session 2019–21
Inquiry Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
HC 1083
Special Report
4ydd adroddiad: Crynodeb
Inquiry Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
HC 90
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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10 March 2020
Inquiry Wales and the Shared Prosperity Fund
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
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Witnesses Arts Council of Wales/Wales Arts International
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
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Witnesses North Wales Economic Ambition Board
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
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Witnesses Peter Austin (Business Engagement Manager at Swansea Bay City Deal)
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

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  • Email: welshcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 0316 (general enquiries)/020 7219 1034 (media enquiries)
  • Address: Welsh Affairs Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA