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Welcome

The Humber is experiencing an economic, social, cultural and infrastructural renaissance and the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership is at the forefront driving growth and prosperity.

We are a partnership of business, education and the four Humber local authorities working together to promote and develop the area surrounding the Humber Estuary and provide strategic economic leadership to create jobs and deliver growth.

Our priorities

Meeting our 2020 Skills ambition requires the creation of a vibrant environment that inspires young people and adults to maximise their own potential, recognising current and future career opportunities, supported by excellent labout market intelligence and by appropriate careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG).

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Good infrastructure underpins our strategy for local businesses to thrive and to attract new investment into the region. We are working to overcome potential barriers to growth and collaborating to deliver major projects, from building flood defences to road and rail links.

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The Humber is a great place to start or grow a business. We are working to ensure that business can access the support and finance they need to grow, create jobs and take advantage of new investment opportunities.

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Recent news

Double boost for Humber Energy Estuary

September 12, 2017

Two offshore wind projects out of the Humber Estuary have today been granted subsidy support. Triton Knoll and Hornsea Project Two have both won Contracts for Difference to generate green energy in a multi-billion pound wind farm windfall for the area and the industry.

Hornsea will be the fourth offshore wind farm from DONG Energy in the Southern North Sea and will be operated from Grimsby.  It will deliver 1,386 MW of new capacity supplying around 1.3 million homes with renewable power

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EU funding survey

September 7, 2017

The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is asking local organisations to get involved in work to understand the impact the loss of EU funding will have on the Humber.

This survey forms part of the research by the Humber LEP looking at how EU structural funds have been used in the past, the pros and cons of the funding’s objectives and rules, and lessons learned.

The results will be used as part of the case for the Humber to have replacement funding

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September E-Newsletter 2017

September 7, 2017

Read the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) e-newsletter for September 2017 here.

To keep up to date with the latest news from across the Humber region, sign up to receive our e-newsletter here.

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Latest statistics

JSA claimants (Aug 2017) 14,270 (down -2.0%)

Employee jobs (2017) 426,800 (up 0.07%)

Businesses (2017) 29,340 (up 0%)

Labour Market Profile – Humber