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Facilities Advice

Applying for facility funding

British Tennis has £5.125m million pounds of new funding per annum to enhance tennis facilities, with the aim of getting more people playing more often.

The LTA have three funding streams available to support clubs and community projects.

Easy Access Loan Funding

Any LTA registered club that can demonstrate that the facility development will retain or grow membership can apply for this funding at any time.

Growing the Game 

Any LTA registered venue that can demonstrate sustainable growth through facility development and a tennis development plan can apply for this funding.

Decision meetings will take place twice a year. Round 1 and 2 of Growing the Game are now closed and have taken place.

Please find information on the 2016 rounds and dates below:


Deadline for applications

Decisions announced

Round 3

2nd March 2016

13th April 2016

Round 4

29th June 2016

10th August 2016

The Community Tennis Fund

Any registered venue that can demonstrate the ability to grow community participation through tennis facility development.  This fund will be allocated throughout the year.

For more information on these funds and how to apply, please read our facility guide. If you are applying in Scotland, please read the facility funding guide for Scotland.

To register your interest in facility development, please fill in the form below. 


Please contact our Facility Team if you require additional resources or advice - facilityfunding@lta.org.uk.

Expression of Interest for Facility Development

I have read the facilities funding guide

Full name
Email address
Phone number
Venue name
Venue address
LTA registration number (this can be found in the members' area)
Potential start date of project
Anticipated project cost
Funding stream
Grant amount requested from the LTA
Loan amount requested from the LTA
Project description (up to 100 words)

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