The Golden Valley Development, home of Cyber Central UK

Golden Valley Development wins share of £15m funding

Cheltenham Borough Council’s flagship and pioneering Golden Valley Development will get a share of new £15m Government funding.The money, announced by housing minister, Stuart Andrew MP, will support the delivery of new homes and jobs in garden communities across England.The borough’s plan for a vibrant garden community, integrating hi-tech business, residential and leisure developments, will provide 3,700 low-carbon homes and…

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Invest in Gloucestershire launch inspiring new video on the international stage

The Invest in Gloucestershire team have produced an inspiring place setting video highlighting the County’s strengths in cyber and digital technology, agri-tech, advanced engineering and renewables. Gloucestershire has an impressive reputation for high growth business and innovation, especially now with the county earmarked for strong economic growth and many new infrastructure and development projects such as the Forum in Gloucester…

Exterior of the Superdry Boutique Store Cheltenham

Business Confidence high as new retail comes to Cheltenham

Despite the challenges of the pandemic and the economy, the last few months have shown a significant, positive upswing for Cheltenham.Business confidence in the town is up with several new businesses setting up shop across the town centre.Sweaty Betty opened its third South West store to a queue of excited shoppers in January, with the new Superdry Boutique store, the…

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Are you moving to Cheltenham?

New campaign launched to attract new business and investment into Cheltenham 11 September 2020 Cheltenham has today launched a new campaign to encourage business growth and investment in the town. Developed by Cheltenham Borough Council and its destination and place marketing arm Marketing Cheltenham alongside Cheltenham BID and local brand agency ASHA, the new ‘We’re Moving to Cheltenham’ initiative seeks…

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