'Knock-on effects' warning over LEP deadline

By Mark Conrad | 14 August 2018

A policy expert has added his criticism to the ‘overly-hasty’ September deadline for reformed Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) geographies and warned of ‘knock-on effects’.

David Marlow, an associate at the LGiU think-tank, yesterday published a critical analysis of the Government’s review, which outlined plans to limit council membership to a single LEP.

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