Description SCR Funding All other non SCR Funding Jobs created (gross)
Retford Enterprise Centre Phase 2:  This scheme is the second phase of a Council owned and managed business centre. It will provide 686sqm of new floorspace for office and clean manufacturing space to allow current occupants and other local businesses to move to slightly larger spaces as their business grows. 725,000 725,000 48
Harworth and Bircotes Step Change Phase 1 Programme Road Improvements: Bassetlaw District Council’s Local Plan is focussed on building 1500 new homes and creating almost 100 hectares of new employment land over the next 15 years in Harworth and Bircotes. This level of development needs four junction improvements in two phases. The SCRIF investment will accelerate employment. 450,000 2,605,000 1024
Worksop site delivery and Vesuvius scheme – Phase 1 of the scheme includes improvements to five key junctions along the A57 around Worksop to relieve congestion which affects the desirability of Worksop for investors and developers. The SCRIF investment will contribute to the development of c.48 ha of new employment land and around 1600 new houses. 500,000 1,938,000 350
Better Barnsley Town Centre Retail and Leisure Development: Key work to enable the regeneration of Barnsley town centre (known as Better Barnsley) which will provide a new library, town square, refurbished indoor market, and retail and leisure facilities. These developments will enhance the long term sustainability of the town centre. 2,140,000 116,818,283 814
M1 Junction 36 – Strategic Site Acquisition: To acquire a strategic parcel of allocated employment land off the Dearne Valley Parkway to facilitate the early delivery of the site, and contribute to wider housing and employment objectives in the vicinity of M1 Junction 36 – A6195 Dearne Valley Economic Growth Corridor (Phase 1 Hoyland). 1,000,000 0 283
M1 Junction 36 – A6195 Dearne Valley Economic Growth Corridor (Phase 1 Hoyland)  Improved highways infrastructure and site servicing works to deliver  two key areas of employment land along the Economic Growth Corridor. 15,708,075 41,326,365
Chesterfield Waterside: A major regeneration opportunity on a 25ha brownfield site on the edge of Chesterfield town centre (adjacent to the railway station) and running along the A61 corridor. The wider scheme comprises 1,500 houses and apartments, 30,000 sqm of B1 employment floorspace, and a mix of retail units, restaurants, hotels and other leisure facilities built around a new canal basin. 2,700,000 57,690,000 330
Northern Gateway Chesterfield: A key regeneration scheme in Chesterfield town centre including rebuilding the Saltergate multi-storey car park, developing high-quality managed office space on Holywell Cross, comprehensive public realm improvements, and facilitating the redevelopment of the former Co-op building as a mixed use leisure scheme. 5,830,000 3,570,000 170
Peak Resort: On the edge of the Peak District National Park, this will be a nationally significant year-round tourist, leisure and education destination. It will encourage higher value visits to the Peak District by providing a broad range of accommodation plus all -weather activities. SCRIF funding is facilitating initial site infrastructure works, including new  access, footpath and bridleway diversions, and a secure boundary. 2,850,000 81,000,000 406
Seymour Link Road: The road and service infrastructure provide an essential connection between Markham Vale North business and commercial park and the M1 Junction 29A.  The road provides access to 33ha of large scale serviced sites to meet the needs of large scale international industrial occupiers and the growth of good quality regional companies. 3,780,000 3,780,000 2160
Doncaster Urban Centre The Civic & Cultural Quarter (CCQ): Proposed public realm works will  facilitate the delivery of the proposed cinema and restaurant scheme and ensure that the wider CCQ regeneration area is better linked, more accessible, and attractive to occupiers, developers and investors. 635,000 584,513 102
Doncaster Urban Centre – Colonnades: The property, a mix of shops, offices, and car park, needs substantial refurbishment after 35 years of use. SCRIF support will provide a full refurbishment of the office space and an upgraded retail area, a better pedestrian route between the station, town centre and civic quarter, and has the potential to provide a hub for public sector partners. 2,280,000 1,050,000 468
Doncaster Urban Centre – Markets: The rejuvenation of the markets is a vital component of the future economic vision for Doncaster. Phase 1 sees the relocation, conversion or refurbishment of a range of important buildings and a programme of public realm improvements. Phase 2 sees the development of No 1 Marketplace with retail, leisure and offices creating a new city street. 3,189,000 1,754,000 774 gross
Doncaster Urban Centre – St Sepulchre West / Station Forecourt: (Phases 1 and 2 of 3 phases). Provides an important new gateway into Doncaster by redeveloping the station forecourt and access from St Sepulchre Gate.  Works include site preparation, relocating station car parking, acquisition of redundant buildings, and better access and pedestrian safety in the station forecourt.  The project links closely with the town centre masterplan. 7,500,000 3,340,000 2034 gross
Doncaster Urban Centre – Waterfront (West): Waterfront West is the strengthening and improvement of an existing bridge which provides access to the site of a planned £8.5million Network Rail National Maintenance Headquarters. 750,000 750,000 630 gross
SCR JESSICA Loan: The funding provides the SCR JESSICA with a loan to invest in commercial property developments in line with an approved Investment Strategy. The Fund will source investment opportunitues and seek to invest via loan or equity. It is expected that the SCRIF Loan will be repaid, with interest, within three years. 15,000,000 0 477 gross
EZ Accelerator Fund: A £5million fund to encourage and accelerate development in the SCR Enterprise Zone and a number of sites that are waiting formal EZ designation. The flexible fund will allow SCR JESSICA to provide finance through a number of routes to stimulate development. 5,000,000 0 622 gross
478 net
A618 Growth Corridor: This will open up land at the former Pithouse West site for the new Gulliver’s Valley theme park north of Rother Valley Country Park, improve access to the country park, and allow an existing business park to expand. The current highway network acts as a severe constraint to economic growth and the project will address this. 759,000 29,090 681 gross
523 net
Claywheels Lane Sustainable Industries Park (Phase 1): One of the largest brownfield sites in Sheffield where investment interest has been shown recently by companies in recycling and creating energy from waste, together with major users of energy such as steel manufacturers. SCRIF funding for Phase 1 will unlock private investment, secure specialist recycling industries and create employment. 1,511,000 3,097,995 554 gross
The Olympic Legacy Park: Focuses on creating innovations within the health and wellbeing sector to help people be more active. It includes the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre which will be the economic driver for new investment in research. This work brings the old Don Valley Stadium site back into use and will stimulate the market in the Attercliffe area of Sheffield. 4,899,000 4,210,000 938 gross
767 net
Sheffield Central Retail Quarter: A package of measures designed to enable and accelerate the successful development of the Sheffield Central Retail & Business District, creating and safeguarding jobs, and addressing city centre transport/accessibility issues. The project includes three stages of work: which are: Stage 1 – Charter Square (South) includes new highway and high quality public realm; Stage 2 – Cycleway and 20 mph zone includes the design/construction of an extension to the cycling route/corridor from the University of Sheffield Campus to Barkers Pool and a contribution towards the proposed city centre 20 mph zone; Stage 3 – Charter Square (North) includes the construction of high quality public realm. 3,514,000 11,808,182 651 gross
240 net
University of Sheffield Campus (Phase 1): Linked programme of highway and public realm work including 1km of landscaped pedestrian/cycling routes connecting the four quarters of the campus; two new and two re-located and improved pedestrian/cycle crossings on the major campus roads; diverting three bus routes; unlocking sites for two new science facilities and an extension to the Information Commons building; and creating a high quality setting for the new engineering schools. 2,892,000 2,875,110 2130
955 net
Grey to Green (Phase 1) – Sheffield Riverside Business District: To establish Central Riverside as a distinctive location for new businesses and improve the links between the Heart of the City, Riverside Business District, and northern city centre quarters. It will also enhance the natural assets of the River Don and improve flood defences. 2,463,300 1,032,749 1,890 gross
Superfast South Yorkshire: The project aims to provide access to superfast broadband services to 97.9% of premises across South Yorkshire, with the remaining 2% to have access to at least basic broadband (2 MBps) service by 2017. 10,615,000 2,829,866 0
Bus Rapid Transit  (North): After the region’s two motorways and A630 Parkway, the A6178 Attercliffe Road linking central Sheffield to Rotherham through the Lower Don Valley is the most heavily used travel-to-work route in the SCR, with over 30,000 vehicles per day.  The project has delivered a 12km Bus Rapid Transit link between Sheffield and Rotherham to facilitate regeneration and jobs creation along this important corridor. 4,015,000 13,804,747 114
DN7 Unity – Hatfield Link Road: A 2.9km road from J5 M18 to unlock the Unity mixed-use development comprising 3,100 houses, commercial floor space and local centre, retail and educational facilities over a 30-year timeframe. The road will also provide better connectivity for existing settlements. 11,155,000 4,762,389 8809
Finningley and Rossington Regeneration Route Scheme – Phase 2: Completion of the Sheffield City Region Gateway connecting Doncaster Sheffield Airport to J3 M18. Phase 2 is a 2km highway which will enable a further 395,958m2 of commercial development and will improve journey times and reduce congestion. 9,100,000 1,455,000 5763 gross
166 net