The first Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP) annual report which highlights our significant achievements and looks towards the future.
This directory is for businesses in, or looking to invest in Coventry & Warwickshire
This report provides an up to date assessment of the ‘Objectively Assessed Need’ for employment land in the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP) area.
The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development will deliver the Growth Programme’s priorities; enhancing Knowledge and skills in rural areas, supporting new and developing micro and small sized rural business, investing in small scale renewable and broadband investments in rural and supporting tourism activities in rural areas.
The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), will deliver the Growth Programme’s priorities for research and innovation, ICT, SME competitiveness, the low carbon economy, climate change adaptation and environment and resource efficiency.
The European Social Fund (ESF), will deliver the Growth Programme’s priorities to increase labour market participation, promote social inclusion, and develop the skills of the potential and existing workforce.
Ukie and Coventry & Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP) have come together to create a new three-year strategic plan that will support and grow the games industry in the West Midlands.
The Coventry and Warwickshire Growth Deal, subject to a satisfactory conclusion of the funding agreement, will support the local area’s aspirations to build on its advanced manufacturing and engineering strengths.
On 28 July 2016, the CWLEP submitted a bid to Government for £150m of funding from Growth Deal 3. The funding is to support delivery of the CWLEP’s Strategic Economic Plan (SEP), investment which will enable Coventry and Warwickshire to achieve its potential.
The CWLEP welcomes the development of a national Industrial Strategy as the critical framework for shaping long-term national economic policy and associated funding streams.
The Skills Strategy has identified three priorities for Coventry and Warwickshire – using skills to drive growth and create jobs, developing skills to tackle unemployment and ensuring a better fit between education and employment
Over the last two years since the original SEP was first published, CWLEP has made great progress in helping to bring additional growth to our area’s economy. The updated SEP has been developed to reflect on progress since 2014, to provide the tools to further stimulate growth, and to provide a pipeline of projects and schemes across the region that will enable this growth.