In accordance with the National Local Growth Assurance Framework published by HM Government in January 2019, LEAP’s Assurance Framework outlines the local arrangements to ensure that LEAP has the necessary systems and processes in place to manage delegated funding from HM Government budgets effectively.
LEAP’s Constitution sits underneath its Local Assurance Framework. The Constitution sets out LEAP’s membership, ways of working and transparency arrangements. Details on LEAP’s governance structure and terms of reference for the LEAP Board and its subordinate bodies are included at Appendix A. The schedule of funding responsibilities is at Appendix B.
The London Economic Action Partnership's Annual Report for 2017-18.
As London’s population continues to grow, and with the constant change that the manufacturing, finance, retail, tech, creative and logistics sectors face, the capital needs to find new ways of enabling growth that encourages economic activity and allows housing delivery.
Commissioned by the LEAP, the Workspace Affordability Crisis reports highlight the impact that the recent changes to business rates have had on London’s open workspaces. They propose solutions to the current challenges, which include a pilot workspace accreditation scheme, rates relief training, and an open workspace strategy.
Round 3 of the Good Growth Fund is now open for applications, with over £20 million funding available. To get a well-balanced programme, we’re encouraging collaborative proposals that bring together a range of partners to focus resources and seize opportunities in a local area.