Chris Starkie, chief executive of New Anglia LEP, said he welcomed measures aimed at the rebuilding of consumer and business confidence so critical to the economic recovery, and said they aligned with the restart plan being delivered by partners across Norfolk and Suffolk.
Lotus Cars is to develop a new production centre in Norwich in a move that is expected to create 125 jobs in the city.
Projects across Norfolk and Suffolk which are ‘shovel-ready’ could go-ahead with £32.1m funding
A precision engineering firm which produces components for automotive and motorsport clients has been awarded a grant through the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership’s new Business Resilience and Recovery Scheme.
Tourism and Tech was a webinar held in June 2020 and organised by Norfolk County Council and Tech East, in partnership with the New Anglia LEP and the Norfolk Chambers of Commerce.
All secondary schools and colleges in Norfolk and Suffolk will have the opportunity to join a Careers Hub in a move aimed at transforming careers education and supporting skills for the Covid-19 recovery.
The potential scale of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on employment in Norfolk and Suffolk has been outlined in a new report.
Adult learners in Norfolk have been able to continue their courses, online, despite lockdown – boosting their wellbeing and easing their isolation.
A climbing centre is investing in new walls and equipment so it can help maintain social distancing thanks to a Covid-19 scheme launched by New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership.
Home-made cakes and pies have been among the foodie treats delivered to people’s doors during lockdown and two businesses have been awarded grants to expand their services.