Who we are funded by:
HLC is the Project Management Organisation for Hull City Council’s Community Led Local Development (CLLD) programme.
CLLD in Hull includes both Department for Work and Pension’s European Social Funding and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s European Regional Development Funding.
CLLD projects in Hull started in 2018 and will finish in 2022.
What is Community Led Local Development?
CLLD puts people living in four Hull communities; West Hull & Central, East Hull, North Hull & Orchard Park and Bransholme, at the heart of identifying the needs and challenges it is faced with and considering what projects and activities can help to deal with them.
CLLD in Hull is coordinated by a Local Action Group (LAG) to provide grants on a matched funded basis to businesses, voluntary organisations and community sector groups to provide help and support in the following:-
- targeted training in key work related skills
- making it easier to find and access work
- growing integrated community hubs
- supporting local and community businesses
- joining up support to increase household incomes
Who is the Community Led Local Development programme for?
CLLD will support people that are of working age (16 years or older), unemployed or inactive in the labour market living in West Hull and Central, East Hull, North Hull and Orchard Park and Bransholme areas, to overcome their barriers to work as well as support for local and community businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs from those same areas too.
CLLD activities are delivered through a range of different projects by organisations specially selected by the Local Action Group.