Greater Lincolnshire LEP have published their Annual Delivery Plan, which includes their priorities, impact and game-changers for economic growth and opportunity.
Chair of the Greater Lincolnshire LEP Pat Doody says in his foreword: “I am delighted to share our delivery plans for 2021/22 and to highlight some our achievements over the past year. Our role is to champion Greater Lincolnshire’s economic potential, acting as a leader, catalyst, and convener to support a dynamic, sustainable, and growing economy.
“Whilst the year has been challenging for our communities and businesses due to Covid-19, I remain optimistic for the longer-term prospects for our economy. Our four game changing sectors present significant medium-term economic growth potential, alongside our traditional and foundational sectors.
“In April 2021 the LEP, working with all partners across the Greater Lincolnshire through Lincolnshire Resilience Forum, published our economic plan for growth. The five-year plan sets out the vision for the Greater Lincolnshire economy post-pandemic that powers the jobs, skills and employment, and businesses of the future towards net zero.”
“Our vision is to improve the lives and opportunities of communities and businesses in Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland.”
Click here to read the Report.