Sunday 20 October 2019

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EMC Support to Member Organisations for 2018-19

Over the last year, EMC has continued its focus on the four pillars approach; an all-member organisation, policy development, collective work and lobbying, and better communication with our membership.  In total, £778,000 savings were secured on behalf of councils in membership, 1700...


Boost for the East Midlands as Minister pledges government support for Eastern Leg of HS2

Transport Minister Nusrat Ghani has reinforced Government’s commitment to delivering HS2 in its entirety. Speaking at an event in Westminster hosted by Turner & Townsend on behalf of HS2 East, a partnership representing towns and cities along the eastern leg of the Phase 2b route, Ms Ghani stated...

East Midlands Infrastructure Summit

Event (multiple dates) - The Regional Infrastructure Summit will take place on 8 February 2019, hosted by Leicester City Council at City Hall, Charles Street. Leicester.  Bringing together leading businesses and politicians, the East Midlands Infrastructure Summit will provide an opportunity...


Local bus passenger journeys - DfT Published data

The Department of Transport has published local bus passenger data


Policy and Influencing

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...


East Midlands HS2 Growth Strategy

The East Midlands HS2 Growth Strategy was published in September 2017 and sets out ambitious proposals to use HS2 connectivity create an additional 74,000 jobs and £4 billion of GVA by 2043 (10 years after HS2 Phase 2b is planned to be operational).   Development of the...


Mitigation Board

Chair: Cllr Simon Spencer Vice Chair: Cllr Philip Owen Secretariat: Derbyshire County Council Terms of Reference To consider reports and advice from the Mitigation Officer Group on the potential to mitigate the adverse impact of HS2 in the East Midlands, including (but not limited to) the...


Hub Station Delivery Board

Chair: Cllr Kay Cutts MBE Secretariat: Nottinghamshire County Council Terms of Reference To establish and implement a comprehensive planning and delivery framework for the Hub Station and surrounding Growth Zone consistent with the Growth Strategy, including the phasing of development and...


Cash Boost for HS2 Growth Ambitions

Local Leaders have welcomed today’s announcement from the Department for Transport of an additional £1.8 million to help take forward local plans to make the most of HS2 in the East Midlands.



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