The UK has left the EU and the transition period has ended, meaning new rules are in place for all businesses based in the UK. This mini-series by Hertfordshire LEP and Hertfordshire Growth Hub helps businesses to navigate their way through the complexities.
Hertfordshire LEP has been a driving force for economic growth and productivity in the county since its formation in April 2011. Learn more about what we have achieved over the past ten years.
Funding from Hertfordshire LEP and Stevenage Borough Council is supporting the transformation of underutilised space within the town centre to accommodate growing businesses.
Part-funded by £5m investment from Hertfordshire LEP, the new high-spec business centre at Maxwell's Farm, Cheshunt, will help attract businesses to the area, support growing SMEs, and create local employment opportunities.
The AI platform will use transformative data-gathering to identify, approach and engage with female-led businesses across the South.
Part-funded by Hertfordshire LEP, the car park has released sites across Hatfield town centre for new homes, retail and leisure facilities to benefit local residents and businesses.
The New River Bridge in Essex Road, Hoddesdon, has opened to traffic and provides a significantly improved modern and resilient road link to one of Hertfordshire's largest employment areas.
Attended by over 250 students, the ‘Generation Watford’ virtual careers fair showcased the exciting opportunities available with the town’s world-class employers.
The scheme, now extended to November 2021, has supported over 190 businesses and provided over 600 hours of support since its launch in June 2020 as part of Hertfordshire LEP's £3.28m COVID-19 business support package.