The road system in the western part of Wallisdown is set to be improved dramatically.
Seven small businesses in Dorset, which have been significantly affected by COVID-19, have been given a financial helping hand.
To support Covid-19 recovery in Dorset and to secure over 120 jobs in the healthcare sector, Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is investing over £2.28 million of government Local Growth Deal funding towards the creation of a new Histopathology Diagnostic Hub at the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Dorset LEP has secured £11.8m in government funds to help stimulate local economic recovery and create new jobs.
A video conference – one of Dorset Chamber’s new Business Leaders’ Events – produced many shared thoughts on the challenges facing companies and organisations, and the further measures required to help them as the county’s economy emerges from the crisis.
Dorset LEP is to receive government funding to enable the expansion of the Dorset Careers Hub.
During the Covid-19 pandemic more than 123,000 jobs have been supported in Dorset, either by the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) or by the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme.
People will need to allow extra time for their journey if they are travelling to Bournemouth via Wallisdown from next week
In an effort to close Dorset’s skill gap, Dorset LEP is investing £712,800 into three facility upgrade projects at Bournemouth & Poole College.
If there is one thing lockdown has demonstrated, it is that technology is vital in 2020, so it is good to hear that Dorset is to become a trailblazer in this sphere.