Enterprise Zones 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

September Chair’s Blog

September 30, 2022 | blog

September Chair’s Blog

By the time you read this it may already be out of date. There’s such a surfeit of news it’s difficult to keep up, but I’ll try my best. So where are we as I write? High inflation, falling demand, energy crisis, higher borrowing costs, rollercoaster markets, plunging pound, bond buy-backs, a rebuke from the IMF, mortgage products pulled, Covid loans falling due. It’s difficult not to be gloomy.

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Clare Parnell on the Future Farm Resilience Programme

September 30, 2022 | blog

Clare Parnell on the Future Farm Resilience Programme

There was good news for farmers over the summer with an announcement from Defra that is it making £2.6m available in the region to help them adapt to changes in the agricultural landscape due to Brexit, climate change and changing land use needs.

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Hall for Cornwall opens new public and enterprise spaces

September 30, 2022 | news

Hall for Cornwall opens new public and enterprise spaces

Hall for Cornwall is celebrating the official opening of new spaces in its transformed building. The ‘Ope’ connects two popular Truro shopping streets via a walkway to the rear of the Cornwall Playhouse giving visitors a rare behind-the-scenes look at a working theatre. And elsewhere within Truro’s creative hub, new workspaces have been unveiled to support emerging artists and the creative industries through Hall for Cornwall’s Husa brand.

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