We were honoured that the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced at London Tech week our project called Better Futures, one of Sustainable Workspaces clean tech incubation programmes aiming to cultivate 100 small businesses giving them the extra boost in development they may need to be successful.

My ambition now is to harness the new technologies that are being pioneered right here to transform London into the world’s leading smart city.
— Sadiq Khan

We at Sustainable Bridges are delighted to be lead delivery partners in this project alongside the GLA,  Imperial College London, Imperial Consultants and OPDC (Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation). Better Futures was built off the back of an increasing need for proactivity in tackling environmental and social challenges, including air quality, climate change, housing and the future of the transport sector.

The funding will help kick start the development of a clean-tech cluster for London, developing a hub for low-carbon industries in the capital

The programme budget of £1.6m will go towards supporting the SMEs, which will come in many forms including, management and leadership support, marketing, access to co-working space and public and private funding support. The package also offers qualifying start-ups the opportunity of research collaboration with Imperial College London via its Centre Cleantech London.

You can register your interest using the following link. REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

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European Regional Development Fund


The project either has received or is receiving funding from the England European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. The Department for Communities and Local Government is the Managing Authority for ERDF.

Established by the European Union ERDF funds help local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support innovation, businesses, create jobs and local community regenerations.

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