56 proposals for local enterprise partnerships across the country have been submitted, the government has confirmed, following the closing day for submissions.
There are seven proposals from the West Midlands:
- Birmingham and Solihull with East Staffordshire, Lichfield and Tamworth: two page summary (pdf, 17kb) and the full proposal (doc, 243kb)
- Coventry and Warwickshire (doc, 3.5mb)
- Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire (pdf, 1.3mb)
- The Black Country (pdf, 2.74mb)
- The Marches Enterprise Partnership (pdf, 1mb) – Herefordshire, Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin
- West Midlands (an overarching proposal from Business Voice West Midlands)
- Worcestershire (pdf, 603kb)
Three distinct responses in respect to cross boundary working arrangements have also been received from Peak District, South East England and West Leicestershire and Northern Warwickshire.
Here’s the full list of proposals.
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