Employment & Skills Board Register of Interests

The revised National Assurance Framework was published on 8 January 2019. The Framework provides guidance around what LEPs should build into their own Local Assurance Frameworks (LAF) and explains how places should appraise, monitor and evaluate schemes to achieve value for money. The Framework also provides the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG), Government, stakeholders and the public the necessary assurances that LEPs have the policies and processes in place to ensure the robust stewardship of public funds.

The revised National Assurance Framework states that all LEP Board Members, Co-opted Members, Sub-Board Members and Officers must adopt the MHCLG’s bespoke register of interest proforma for the collection and publication of the information which ensures all categories of interest are systematically considered.

These forms will be held by the LEP Executive and will be updated annually; as outlined in our Assurance Framework.

 

 

Please click on each member below for a copy of their individual Register of Interest Form which is reviewed annually.

Press & Blog

Headforwards named as first City of Culture sponsor

December 16, 2021 | press

Headforwards named as first City of Culture sponsor

Cornish tech company Headforwards has been named as the first business sponsor of Cornwall’s bid to become City of Culture 2025. The fast-growing software company, which has recently moved to its new FibreHub offices in Pool and employs 100 staff, will support a planned event in Westminster in January aimed at highlighting Cornwall’s bid to Government, officials and the creative sector.

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December Chair’s blog

December 8, 2021 | blog

December Chair’s blog

So it’s official – we’re going to have to wait a little longer to find out how the Government intends to tackle regional inequalities across the UK. It was confirmed this week that the Levelling Up White Paper, which had been anticipated before the end of the year, will now be published in 2022.

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STEM and Health Skills Centre on course for spring opening

December 3, 2021 | press news

STEM and Health Skills Centre on course for spring opening

A £6.3m STEM and Health Skills Centre in Bodmin that aims to transform the teaching of industry-relevant skills in Cornwall is on course to open in spring next year. The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and Health Skills Centre for North and East Cornwall is being built by Truro and Penwith College with support from the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), which is meeting £3.78m of the costs through the Government’s Getting Building Fund (GBF).

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