Skills for Londoners Capital Fund
Over £110m of LEAP funding is available for investment into estate and equipment for London's skills providers over the next four years. This aim of this fund is to:
- respond to current and future skills requirements of employers and learners, improve quality of provision and learner satisfaction, progression and success rates
- support increased levels of apprenticeship delivery and/or progression to the highest levels of vocational and technical study
- establish strong and innovative partnership with employers and local stakeholders
Funding is aimed at skills providers - more information and how to apply can be found here.
London Co-Investment Fund
We currently have funding opportunities available through the London Co-Investment Fund, an £85m fund to support more than 150 science, technology or digital companies based in London and demonstrably committed to creating jobs in the capital.
Have you got an idea to make your local area even better?
- You could receive a Mayoral pledge of up to £50,000 for your project, then you’ll crowdfund the rest.
- We're working with crowdfunding platform Spacehive, where you can pitch your project, big and small and it could receive up to £50,000 from the Mayor.
- Get inspired by looking at the amazing projects we've funded so far or read our Crowdfund London stories.
Crowdfund London is funded by the LEAP and you can find out more on the GLA's website.
London's Enterprise Zone is within the Royal Docks in East London, an area that provides a fantastic opportunity to develop in excess of 5 million square foot of commercial space along with homes and jobs.
The LEP has a strategic oversight role for the Royal Docks Enterprise Zone. The LEP is also due to retain business rates growth generated within the Royal Docks for at least 25 years for reinvestment in local economic growth. This will provide a significant income stream for the LEP to reinvest in securing jobs and growth for London over the coming years.
Finding workspace in London
The LEP is working on a number of initiatives to support London's businesses find affordable workspace. This includes the development of an interactive map and the establishment of the London Open Workspace Providers Group, which is working to ensure providers of existing Incubators, Accelerators and Co-working (IAC) spaces can inform emerging workspace policies, share learning, and engage with boroughs and developers.