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South East Local Enterprise Partnership
The South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) is one of 38 LEPs, established to provide the clear vision and strategic leadership to drive sustainable private sector-led growth and job creation in their area. LEPS were set up by the government to be the key body determining strategic economic priorities while making investments and delivering activities to drive growth and create jobs.Find out more
Funding available for growth projects in the South East
Promoters of projects across East Sussex, Essex, Kent and Medway, Thurrock and Southend are being invited to apply for a share of more than £8million of Government funding being made available via the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP).Find out more
Energy South2East - devising sustainable energy solutions for the communities in our area
Recognising the fundamental importance of the UK’s energy ‘trilemma’ finding clean, affordable, sustainable energy provision for economic growth and setting down a clear vision for energy provision in the area, alongside a detailed action plan of priority projects to be taken forward to Government and other sources of funding.Find out more
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The South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) has reinforced its ongoing support for the creative and cultural sector…
Garden Communities can help lead the future of post pandemic living was the message echoed by architects, builders,…
The two ports which make up Thames Freeport received more new enquiries from businesses looking to relocate to the site…
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We operate a federated model working closely with partners in the major geographies in our area, East Sussex, Essex, Kent, Medway, Southend and Thurrock, to ensure governance and delivery have strong local representation via established private sector led business boards.
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