The Mayor of London is inviting applications from the business community to join the London LEP.
We are inviting applications to become a member of the London European Structural and Investment Funds Committee (LEC). There are currently four vacancies on the Committee for individuals representing one of the following sectors: Higher Education; Social Enterprise; Employment Support; or Equalities.
For the first time European Regional Development funds are targeted at Local Enterprise Partnership areas in a shift to more localised spending.
The Big Lottery Fund launches 8 Project Outlines for 3 European Social Fund programmes in London. Building Better Opportunities brings together money from the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund 2014-2020 to provide joint investment in local projects that tackle poverty and promote social inclusion.
The LEP, GLA and Access Europe are pleased to announce four sub-regional ESF market warming events, providing information on ESF provision that will be procured over the next few months.
It was belatedly drawn to our attention that the ERDF Managing Authority (DCLG) had mistakenly included too many indicative activities in the Priority Axis 4 (Low Carbon) call specification for London published in March, primarily relating to potential capital expenditure. We had previously advised the Managing Authority that such activities would be undertaken in Lo
The Mayor of London has called on organisations to bid for shares of over £560m of new European funding that is now available to support innovation and businesses in the capital, with a particular focus on projects that can help Londoners into education, employment or training and create new jobs. The LEP will recommend where funding is eventually allocated and has set