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BIRMINGHAM WINS£50M LOTTERY CASH FOR SCIENCE PARK

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The millennium commission will provide£50m of national lottery funding for a proposed science and technology centr...
The millennium commission will provide £50m of national lottery funding for a proposed science and technology centre in Birmingham, provided the project can raise similar funding elsewhere.

The Financial Times (p10) reports that government officials and local authorities in the West Midlands have already earmarked £22.5m of European Union regeneration funds for the science park, Millennium Point.

Birmingham city council, the University of Central England and the millennium partnership group of businesses are also seeking £12.5m from English Partnerships, the government regeneration agency.
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