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Business leaders could have less say in the economic development of the regions, their powers being entrusted to elected politicians, if the secretary of the communities wants it. Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Upgrades, Housing and Communities, spoke at an England County Council Leaders’ Conference this week, expressing his intention to cut corporate partnerships …

Entrepreneur and former Dragon’s Den investor Sean Gallagher THE Limerick Local Enterprise Office (LEO) will have a dragon for breakfast when it broadcasts an event online from the Limerick Strand hotel on Wednesday, November 24.The Reignite Breakfast Seminar on the Small and Medium Business Sector in Limerick and will be hosted by a renowned and …

By Rachel Reeves, MP for Leeds West As always, it was an honor to pay tribute to the memory of those who lost their lives in the conflict. This year I attended the Remembrance Service at Leeds War Memorial. Thank you also to those who laid wreaths at the Leeds West memorials on my behalf. …

Residents are invited to give their views on proposals for the area’s “largest commercial development” near Burnham-On-Sea, which is expected to generate up to 7,500 jobs. Sedgemoor District Council has launched a formal consultation for a Local Development Ordinance (LDO) for the Gravity Enterprise Zone in the former Royal Ordnance factory in Puriton. The LDO …

All remaining single carriageway sections – totaling 18 miles – of the A66 between Penrith and Scotch Corner will be doubled in the £ 1billion plans Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership (CLEP) has officially submitted its response to plans to double a section of the A66. The £ 1bn project would involve making the entire route …

X Sign up for free to receive the latest news straight to your inbox Register now The South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority and Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has announced that Lucy Nickson will be the Acting Chair of LEP from January 2022. She will be in office from January until the mayoral election in May …

Posted: Thu, Nov 4, 2021, 9:22 PM Last update: Sun Nov 7, 2021, 8:39 PM National Safety Training Network Ltd. On.. Nationwide Safety Training is a Dunboyne-based health and safety training and consulting company, with clients located across the country. Founded in 2016 with one part-time employee, the company has grown to four full-time employees …

CUMBRIA Local Enterprise Partnership (CLEP) encourages businesses in Cumbria to join in European Business Month. The “Trade Month” will cover November 2-22 and will focus on supporting businesses to trade with Europe. European Business Month offers a virtual business tour to inspire and equip Cumbrian businesses to do business effectively in Europe. The program includes …

In early December 2019, the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion announced the abolition of the value added tax (VAT) on sanitary napkins. The move was widely praised as it aimed to make the pads more affordable and accessible. Two months later, it was discovered that despite the exemption, consumers still paid VAT and the …

The Solent Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has announced its first glimpse of a 10-point plan for greener reconstruction in the Solent, defining priority areas of opportunity to bring the Solent to Net Zero by 2050. Playing a leading role in implementing the government’s Net Zero strategy announced this week with the ambition to position the …