Sidcup High Street in line for £1.8m makeover

SIDCUP High Street is to get its very own £1.8m makeover in 2013.

Bexley Council’s In Store For Sidcup project is looking to improve the built environment in the area and help local businesses grow.

The programme is supported by £1.2m from Mayor of London Boris Johnson's Outer London Fund, on top of £600,000 from the council.

In Store for Sidcup will select businesses to offer health check sessions and advice while there is a pot of funds available for small business improvement grants.

Council cabinet member for economic development and regeneration, Councillor Linda Bailey, said: "We want to hear the views of residents, businesses and visitors to Sidcup about changing the High Street for the better."

A launch event on February 5 at the new Discovery Incubator venue, 9-11 High Street, will allow residents to meet the In Store for Sidcup team.

There will be two presentations at 4.30pm and 6.30pm and more details are available at instoreforsidcup.org

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6:21pm Tue 29 Jan 13

cookster says...

Blimey, the price of bombs have gone up
Blimey, the price of bombs have gone up cookster
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9:19pm Tue 29 Jan 13

Gypo.Joe says...

All that money to polish a turd. Inflation I suppose.
All that money to polish a turd. Inflation I suppose. Gypo.Joe
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1:05pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Tip-Top says...

May I suggest a new road lay-out and roundabout.
May I suggest a new road lay-out and roundabout. Tip-Top
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