LEPs need capacity boost to improve delivery, research finds

By Dan Peters | 07 September 2020

Local enterprise partnerships (LEP) would be better at delivering large-scale capital projects if they had more capacity, independent research for the Government has found.

The report for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy found that the average annual budget reported by LEPs was £1.6m.

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