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Publications

Member Declaration of Interest Policy

LEAP believes strongly in the benefits of transparency in decision making.  In order to promote this, LEAP Members agree to abide by the Member Declaration of Interest Policy, published here. 

London LEP Assurance Framework

In accordance with the National Assurance Framework published by the Department for Communities and Local Government in November 2016, this framework meets this requirement for LEAP and covers all Government funding flowing through LEAP to ensure robust value for money processes are in place.

London LEP Constitution

London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP) is the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) for London.  The London LEP's Constitution sets out the membership, ways of working and transparency arrangements for the Partnership. Full Terms of Reference for the Partnership and its subordinate bodies are included in Annex A to the Constitution.

The Evolution of London’s Business Improvement Districts

Like many of the systems and services Londoners take for granted, Business Improvement Districts have become integral to this complex city. Quantitative economic impact is still difficult to assess, but move from a high street managed by a solid BID to one without that support, and the difference is marked.

Skills Devolution for London: A Proposal to Government

This summer the Chancellor asked areas across the UK to put forward proposals to further develop devolution deals with government, to allow regions to take control of how public money is spent in their local area.

Skills Inquiry

In its 2014 Growth Deal, the London Enterprise Panel (LEP) proposed to Government that as part of developing a long term vision for skills devolution to the capital, the LEP would undertake a Skills Inquiry for London.

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