To achieve this, the LEP brings together key partners from business, academia and the public sector to provide the necessary strategic leadership, vision and focus to deliver this aim.
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Access to finance - Improve businesses access to finance to support business growth and survival. Tees Valley LEP level existing activities that have taken place include: To do this we need to secure improved skills levels to address future demand in growth sectors and in existing industries.
Priority will be given to schools where there is little or no CEIAG provision in their area outside of existing school based activities.
Strategic areas of focus are: Colleges and learning institutions also praised its linkage of education to business, which they see as key to achieving economic success in the region.
The priority of the private sector-led partnership is to promote growth and create jobs in the area. Our four objectives are: Helping drive up productivity in the sub-regional economy and increase exporting.
Growth impacts on and is measured by demonstrable increases and improvements that result from this way of working in businesses, jobs, homes and communities. The strategy will assist businesses to identify and address current and future skills gaps in industry alongside creating new paths to work.
Diane Savory News http: Identifying key priorities and ensure all partner activity and resources are focussed towards achieving these.
Peter Pawsey News http: By Marchthe SE Midlands LEP aspires to be one of the most innovative, successful and high performing local enterprise partnerships in England, as measured by growth in Gross Value Added per head relative to other LEPs and as demonstrated by the effective collective leadership provided by local authority and private sector partners.
The Northampton Waterside site is designated as an Enterprise Zone. This clear business focus will be used to help guide, shape and inform the wider issues in the sub-region that are critical to creating the right conditions for growth and will strongly influence local authority decisions in areas such as: Providing a "whole-life" approach to business engagement and support - from business start-up, survival and expansion.
We already have a wide range of piloted and well developed activity for the young people of the Tees Valley at a LEP and Local Authority level, some of which is embedded within the school curriculum.
This plan will inspire young people and help adults and the long-term unemployed back to work in a way which benefits us all. EZ GPF offering skills and expertise to showcase sector groups, advisory groups and enabling activities stretching thinking and challenging ways of working Enterprise Zone s The Northampton Waterside site is designated as the Enterprise Zone for the South East Midlands.
Superfast broadband facilities need to be made available for the whole of the LEP area.
The Tees Valley project will develop a full menu of activity over an academic year for all schools to have access to an independent and impartial CEIAG offer which is available to all young people across the Tees Valley.The strategy is as a result of Tees Valley’s Devolution Deal with Government, which gives the region greater control over local decision-making powers and funding.
The Combined Authority has identified more than £million of investment for the period from to in employment, education and skills which the strategy will help deliver. The Tees Valley Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has added five new faces to its Board to help drive economic upturn in the region.
As well as experience in running successful businesses and generating jobs, the new members bring collective experience in culture, health, customer service and the. Tees Valley Unlimited (TVU), a partnership between the ﬁve Tees Valley Local Authorities, business leaders and other key representatives from the private sector, is the organisation which facilitates the LEP.
Tees Valley Combined Authority - Tees Valley Strategic Economic Plan > Foreword Plan is a key driver to unlocking the economic potential of Tees Valley. It builds on the. Following the Government's announcement on the Partnership's successful LEP bid, the Leeds City Region Partnership has established a business-led Leeds City Region LEP Board which will be responsible for delivering the LEP business plan.
The Tees Valley Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has strengthened its Board with the appointment of five new members. The new appointments ensure the Tees Valley Mayor and Combined Authority will benefit from strong and effective business involvement in decision-making, ensuring business growth remains central to the Tees Valley’s.Download