The Government has reaffirmed the role of LEPs as the voice of business in England, supercharging economic growth and forging partnerships to drive up local investment.
Claudia Harris, CEO of the Careers & Enterprise Company (CEC), is visiting the Thomas Alleyne Academy in Stevenage today (17 July) to see first-hand how the Enterprise Adviser Network is helping improve career prospects for young people within the county.
Good progress is being made on the £172m regeneration of South Oxhey, with the delivery of affordable homes and new retail and office space high on the agenda.
Find out how Hertfordshire LEP is supporting rural businesses by fostering the right conditions for growth within the county.
Hertfordshire LEP helped secure EU funding to kick-start a new innovation programme to develop research ideas from the agri-tech sector.
Hertfordshire LEP’s new Government ‘sponsor’ Ian Porée was taken on a whistle-stop tour of Stevenage.
A £9.6m funding injection from Hertfordshire LEP has green-lighted the transformation of Old River Lane into a new leisure quarter within the town centre.
The Prime Minister met with the leaders of England’s LEPs to celebrate their achievements to date and map out key areas for cooperation under the UK’s Modern Industrial Strategy.
The LEP has issued an open call for Hertfordshire-based projects with up to £1m support available from a new Skills Capital Equipment & Estates fund. Apply by 20 July.