The London Enterprise Panel (LEP) is responsible for setting the strategic direction and priorities of the London 2014-20 European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF). The LEP has been awarded €748.6m of European Social Fund (ESF) and European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to invest in boosting jobs and growth for London.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson has announced a shortlist of four new projects in line to receive a share of a £40million fund for regeneration and business support schemes across the capital. The four projects were selected by the London Enterprise Panel (LEP) at its meeting on 2 October 2013 and include:
Isabel Dedring, Co-Chair of the LEP’s Infrastructure Group and Deputy Mayor for Transport, will be hosting an event at City Hall on 14 October 2013 to investigate where London should invest in its infrastructure to support expected growth up to 2050.
London Enterprise Panel agrees £40m for transport projects that aim to unlock jobs and growth for London
Following a recommendation by the London Enterprise Panel, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has announced plans to fund schemes in several areas where ambitious regeneration plans are in place and where new transport infrastructure will help unlock significant economic growth.
The London Enterprise Panel (LEP) has today launched its Jobs & Growth Plan for London. The Plan is accompanied by a Prospectus inviting organisations to bid for funding for activity that will help support the delivery of the Plan.
London Enterprise Panel support helps secure London as a world leading destination for TV and film production
The London Enterprise Panel (LEP) has contributed to an investment of £2m to promote the development of TV and animation production in London.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has announced details of a new £41m London Growth Fund to drive jobs, boost housing and stimulate economic growth across the capital. Funding has been allocated from central Government after the Mayor successfully bid for a share of the national Growing Places Fund, to free-up potential development.