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Supporting economic growth through local enterprise partnerships and enterprise zones

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Local enterprise partnerships

Local enterprise partnerships are partnerships between local authorities and businesses. They decide what the priorities should be for investment in roads, buildings and facilities in the area.

Local enterprise partnerships were given the chance to apply to have an enterprise zone and 24 were awarded. These zones can take advantage of tax incentives and simplified local planning regulations.

So far 39 local enterprise partnerships have been created. See the full list and map of local enterprise partnerships and enterprise zones below.

Local Enterprise Partnerships map

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To help local enterprise partnerships share knowledge and ideas, we’ve set up the local enterprise partnerships network. Membership of the network is open to representatives of all local enterprise partnerships in England.

Spreadsheet showing local authority (district/unitary) areas covered by local enterprise partnerships.

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