The Environment Agency’s new tidal flood defence barrier for Ipswich has been officially opened by Floods Minister, Dr Thérèse Coffey, ensuring more than 1,600 homes and 400 businesses are better protected from flooding and the impacts of climate changeover the course of the next century.
New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership works with businesses, education and local authority partners to drive growth and enterprise in Norfolk and Suffolk.
We secure public and private investment to deliver a range of programmes and initiatives with partners to improve infrastructure, skills and business support.
To date, our own programmes have created 7,823 new jobs and 1,085 new businesses. Our programmes have supported 547 learners and delivered 562 new homes, while our Growth Hub has provided impartial advice to 7.886 businesses.*
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We're currently recruiting for new jobs within the LEP. View our Careers page for more detail.
*Data as of November 2018
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New Anglia LEP is delighted to announce that Lindsey Rix has become the Deputy Chair of its board. Lindsey is Managing Director of Aviva’s UK Savings and Retirement business. Lindsey was unanimously elected as Deputy Chair at the LEP’s February board meeting.
The Prime Minister has met with business leaders from England’s Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) to track progress on their work with government to boost economic growth for communities across the country. The Prime Minister heard from business leaders representing each of the 38 LEPs across England. The LEP chairs briefed the Prime Minister on the […]