A key focus of EMC's Business Plan and activity is on supporting economic growth. This is done through a wide range of activities around the planning, economic development and European agendas.
Event (multiple dates) - The final event in the 2012-13 Regional Programme of Briefing events for Councillors will focus on Economic Development and what Councils are doing to support economic development locally. This event is designed specifically for Councillors.
The event will...
Event (multiple dates) - This Masterclass builds on East Midlands Councils’ (EMC) recently published Employment Land Review (ELR) Source Book which aims to bridge the gap between past work on Employment Land in the East Midlands, and supporting local authorities in adapting to the...
Event (multiple dates) - 10am-4pm, Monday 2nd July 2012, Well Met Conference, Leeds
Local government has a long and honourable tradition of driving economic growth. Its work in this area can be traced back to the founding fathers of modern local government at the end of the 19th century and in...
News - Key council leaders and chairs of the newly formed ‘local enterprise partnerships’ (LEPs) have united to support proposals to upgrade and electrify the Midland Main Line in a joint letter to Chancellor George Osborne and Business Secretary Vince Cable.
The letter has been...
East Midlands Councils nominates political representatives to the European Regional Development Fund Programme Monitoring Committee and the European Social Fund Regional Monitoring Committee.
This page is provided as part of EMC's support for local councils in delivering economic growth through their key role in the provision of Infrastructure – including road and rail
On the 6 July 2010 the Secretary of State revoked the Regional Strategy for the East Midlands, which comprised the Regional Spatial Strategy (2009) and the Regional Economic Strategy (2006).
In line with CLG advice, EMC will ensure that data and evidence that was produced for the RSS remains...
EMC is working with councils, LEPs and infrastructure providers to develop a sub-national growth prospectus, which will integrate elements of the Treasury’s National Infrastructure Plan, priority economic sectors identified by BIS.
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