There has never been a better time to invest in apprenticeships. Our 'Hertfordshire Supports Apprenticeships' campaign sets out why.
Supported by LEP investment, the Open Innovation Hub will provide 30,000 sq. ft. of new commercial space at BRE's Garston campus in Watford.
The Russell Building, newly refurbished with the help of LEP and Herts IQ investment, and sustainably furnished by JPA Workspaces, provides agri-tech SMEs with room to grow at Rothamsted, Harpenden.
A new landmark development known as Greenhill Works will provide a modern home for businesses in Watford.
Visit Herts’ latest Tourism Economic Impact Study, published today, shows that before the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the county’s visitor economy had topped £2.4 billion for the first time ever, welcoming a record 29 million visitors in 2019.
Hertfordshire’s key decision makers have unanimously agreed that a joined-up countywide approach to skills and employment will be key to unlocking Hertfordshire’s long-term economic growth and future prosperity.
The new cell and gene therapy integration laboratory in Stevenage will receive over £3m from Hertfordshire LEP’s Getting Building Fund allocation.
Hertfordshire LEP Board member Dr. Sally Ann Forsyth; Chair of Hertfordshire LEP’s Skills & Employment Board Adrian Hawkins; and former LEP Board member Dan Dark, have been awarded OBEs.
The Enterprise Hub offers flexible business incubation, office space, teaching facilities and social areas under one roof, giving Hertfordshire start-ups access to the University's academic expertise, talent pool and business support provision.