A new Energy Skills Centre at East Coast College which will help the region stay at the forefront of the UK’s growing energy and engineering industries has been officially opened. Based at the Lowestoft campus of East Coast College, the state-of-the-art centre will become home to the innovative East Coast Energy Training Academy. Supported by […]
A fast-growing Suffolk tech company which recently celebrated its fifth anniversary is just one of the success stories from Enterprise Zones which have delivered almost 3,000 jobs.
The project to build a new Energy and Engineering Skills Centre of Excellence on East Coast College’s Lowestoft campus is entering the building phase following the appointment of Morgan Sindall as main contractor.
The site of a former Lowestoft factory destroyed by fire has been brought back to life as a new business park with Enterprise Zone status. The purchase of Phoenix Enterprise Park was part funded with £2.5m from New Anglia LEP through its Growth Deal with Government.
The Board of New Anglia LEP has approved a £250,000 grant for the Suffolk Wildlife Trust towards an £8m wildlife reserve at Carlton Marshes near Lowestoft.