Five Further Education colleges across Essex and East Sussex are to receive the first slice of a £4.3m fund for equipment needed to help get young people into highly skilled careers and support local business growth.
Answering the call from the Government to submit bids for new parts of England to be granted Enterprise Zone status, has seen the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SE LEP) propose four new locations.
In Central London this morning, SE LEP joined with 6 other forward-thinking LEPs for a Housing Summit to discuss how best to enable new housing growth.
To a packed audience in Westminster, £82.5m of EU funding was launched today to create an “escalator of opportunity” for skills and jobs across East Sussex, Essex, Kent, Medway, Southend and Thurrock.
The South East Local Enterprise Partnership has agreed an expansion to its Growth Deal with the Government which will see an extra £46.1m invested in the area between 2016 and 2021. This is in addition to the £442.2m of funding committed by the