Woking job growth projects given funding

Computer user It is hoped improved broadband will attract new businesses

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Two projects aimed at encouraging economic growth and job creation in Surrey have been awarded £2.2m.

Sheerwater access scheme in Woking has been given £2m and the Tannery Studios in Send will receive £200,000 from the Enterprise M3 Board.

Woking Borough Council will improve road access to the Sheerwater business park in a bid to reduce congestion.

Broadband infrastructure will be improved at the Tannery Studios.

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