Summary of Liverpool City Region LEP key successes for 2015 and new opportunities for 2016.
The final submission of our Growth Deal to Government
The Government's strategy for building the Northern Powerhouse. Published November 2016
This report was conducted jointly on behalf of the Vice-Chancellors of Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Liverpool. It is the universities’ independent contribution to the debate about the future of Liverpool City Region (LCR) at a crucial moment in its development.
Liverpool City Region devolution deal
The Enterprise Framework has been established which identifies areas where we can grow our business base.
The LCR EU Structural and Investment Funds Strategy for the 2014-20 Programme bid to Government, which sets out how we propose to spend our EU funding allocation.
Executive summary for the sustainable strategy to realise our ambitions for economic growth over the next 25 years.
A single, sustainable strategy to realise our ambitions for economic growth over the next 25 years.
Industrial Strategy Ten Pillars
This report, commissioned by BEIS, sets out ambitions in three focal areas where the Liverpool City Region can be world-leading based on world class research, industry capabilities and innovation assets: Materials chemistry; Infection & High performance & cognitive computing.
This comprehensive report, commissioned by BEIS, sets out ambitions in three focal areas where the Liverpool City Region can be world-leading based on world class research, industry capabilities and innovation assets: Materials chemistry; Infection & High performance & cognitive computing.
This draft Plan looks at key areas where the city region can become a well connected and co-ordinated innovation environment that supports and attracts the very best in business, investment and people
This report was commissioned to take an objective viewpoint on the current assets of LCR and to identify interventions and initiatives that could stimulate further international activity.
Detailed supply and demand consultations and events regarding what is specifically needed for key growth opportunities identified by businesses and public sector agencies within the City Region.
The progress report we submit to Government on Local Growth Fund.
In 2014, the Government required all Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), as part of the Growth Deal process to develop, agree and implement a single assurance framework covering government funding flowing through LEPs. This was to ensure that LEPs have robust value for money processes in place.
This document is part of the Growth Deal Submission for Government and City Region Consultation that informed the Final Submission.
Our Growth Deal as published by Government
This document is supporting evidence for the Growth Deal Submission for Government and City Region Consultation that informed the Final Submission.
The Liverpool City Region LEP report on the role of Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) in supporting the local energy agenda.
The SEAP provides a vision and programme for the City Region to co-ordinate its energy sector ambitions, advance projects and bring greater resilience to its energy networks.
The Guide has been produced for anyone interested in learning more about community energy and how it can benefit you and your community.
HM Government report on Offshore Wind Strategy
A summary report the economic potential of the low carbon and environmental goods and services (LCEGS) sector.
A report on the economic potential of the low carbon and environmental goods and services (LCEGS) sector.
This Professional & Business Services (PBS) Baseline Report which helps to provide an analysis of the critical matters
affecting the sector in our City Region.
Area Based Reviews are taking place across the UK. The reviews aim to ensure that an area’s Further Education (FE) colleges remain financially resilient in the face of funding pressures and to ensure they can continue to deliver credible, high-quality professional and technical training.
This document sets out a framework for enabling the Liverpool City Region Apprenticeship Hub to build upon the valuable work it has already taken since 2011.
The Skills for Growth Priorities 2015/16 Executive Summary highlights generic skills priorities for 2015/16 for Liverpool City Region.
The Skills for Growth Priorities 2015/16 report sits alongside the specific Skills for Growth Agreements to support and further challenge existing curriculum planning within the context of our local economy and its opportunities for growth.
This report sets out the key issues facing the City Region from a skills perspective, primarily to support and inform learning providers in their business planning and curriculum design processes.
Brochure on services offered by North West Research.
The DMP is an ambitious vision for Liverpool City Region’s Visitor Economy.