This half-day event will help organisations and low carbon professionals to understand and begin to plan new projects suitable for the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Priority Axis 4 (PA4).
Run by the Technical Assistance Partnership for the Humber, delegates will find out more about ERDF and how it could help their organisations, as well as key information on specific project funding criteria, and examples of what can be funded.
This is an interactive event, and there will be plenty of opportunities for discussion and Q&A’s, so delegates can discuss ideas and collaborate with other organisations.
Delegates will hear from Humber LEP as well Mark Joslyn, ERDF Sustainability Manager for Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG), who will be on hand to answer any questions and queries.
The workshop will be held in the Energy Technology Centre which is based within the new East Riding College campus on Armstrong Way in Beverley on Tuesday 19 April 2016.
The event will commence at 12.30 pm with a buffet lunch and an opportunity to network. Unfortunately, there is no dedicated parking at the College, however it is a short walk from the Railway Station. Alternatively, the nearest parking is in the new Flemingate shopping centre multi story car park or at the Trinity Lane car park.
Energy Technology Centre
East Riding College