The Prospectus for Round 2 funding was launched alongside the LEP's Jobs and Growth Plan. The Prospectus sought proposals (with a preference for private sector-led proposals) that would support innovative ways of creating jobs and skills in emerging sectors, support growth in business and investment and increase productivity.
The report provides a description of London’s labour market as it stands today, together with a broad indication of the possible future path of London’s labour market (and associated qualification requirements) based on a number of simplifying assumptions.
The London Employment Sites Database (LESD) is a database that records employment developments in the pipeline and recently completed developments in London.
The aim of this report is to provide a comprehensive statistical analysis of firms and jobs in the Greater London area.
This report evaluates the London Skills and Employment Observatory (LSEO). The report has been written by the Social Market Foundation, which was commissioned by the Greater London Authority (GLA) on behal of the LEP, to carry out the evaluation. The aim of this evaluation is twofold:
Investment in employment and skills provision across London is complex and largely driven by national policy rather than the needs of London or Londoners. This has led to a support system that is partially failing, driving perverse incentives in the skills system and leaving some Londoners behind.
As part of his re-election manifesto, the Mayor of London made a commitment to create 20,000 additional part-time jobs in London by 2016.