HEY LEP Economic Strategy Plan
We are currently developing our economic strategy for Hull and East Yorkshire. An outline of the strategy was discussed by the HEY LEP Board at its meeting on July 21 2021 and following this, drafting of the consultation version of the strategy is now in progress.
The consultation version of the strategy will be reviewed and approved at the LEP Board meeting on 30 September 2021. After this point, consultation will open for a period of 6 weeks – closing in the week commencing 15 November 2021. It is intended that the final strategy will be approved by the board on the 25 November and published week commencing 29 November 2021.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Economic Strategy
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Economic Strategy 2018 – 2022: please download the documents here:
Hull City Council Economic Strategy & Consultation
Please see the Hull City Council Economic Strategy 2021 – 2026 on this webpage. The Strategy is currently under consultation – you can provide your feedback to the Strategy by following the link.
The Estuary Plan
The Estuary Plan is owned by the Humber Leadership Board, a statutory joint committee of the four Humber local authorities with the two Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), and will be delivered in partnership with organisations across the region.
This plan marks the start of the next phase of working together to grow the Humber Estuary economy, building on the progress the region has made over the last ten years.
This plan provides the framework this collaboration and the first set of actions to take it forward, which will be complemented by wider actions on innovation, business, infrastructure and skills that will be set out in the two LEPs’ economic strategies in due course.
Read the plan here: Humber Estuary Plan final draft Jan 2021