Local Enterprise Partnerships
Regeneration organisations have criticised government plans to use £400 million of New Homes Bonus receipts to fund single spending pots overseen by LEPs.
Alan Aisbett from law firm Pinsent Masons delves into the implications of the comprehensive spending review for regeneration and growth funding.
Councils will be expected to contribute £400 million from New Homes Bonus receipts towards a new £15 billion growth fund run by local enterprise partnerships, chancellor George Osborne has announced.
Core funding for local enterprise partnerships should be increased for longer periods to provide them with greater certainty and security, according to a committee of MPs.
Edward Twiddy says the North East LEP has got off to a strong start.
Former deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine says his proposal for a single pot to encourage growth will succeed because it has the backing of chancellor George Osborne.
Local enterprise partnerships will receive an extra £5 million in funding between them to manage new devolved transport spending.
As little as £5 billion could be paid out under plans to devolve central government funding to local enterprise partnerships, according to a report.
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Local Enterprise Partnerships Intelligence
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Key facts on all of England's local enterprise partnerships.