The Mayor of London and Christian Brodie, Chairman of SELEP, have unveiled a bold vision to transform the Thames Estuary into a hub for the creative and cultural industries.
The plans focus on strengthening productivity, innovation and talent and
South East LEP area is to receive a further £102m of government cash to help create jobs, support businesses and create new growth opportunities.
Rural businesses in Kent, East Sussex and Essex are being urged by the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) to bid for a share of £14.5m, part of a national £120m fund to grow the economy.
News that the Government has pledged its support for a new motorway junction on the M11, near Harlow, has been welcomed by the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP).
As part of its Annual Conversation with Government, an appraisal of its work over the last 12 months, the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) has shown why it has a strong case for further funding support.