Humber Plan – consultation on local economic development

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Local Enterprise Partnership

THE HUMBER LEP (Local Enterprise Partnership) is asking businesses and local residents to submit their views on its draft Plan for the Humber economy.

A Plan for the Humber has been prepared by the LEP and its partners, with LEP Chairman Lord Haskins leading the work.

There will be a short period of consultation. The LEP aims to agree the final document quickly so work on detailed delivery plans for the main areas can begin over the summer. Task & Finish Groups led by Board members have already been formed to look at small business support and the marketing of the Humber.

There is a mention in the document about local development opportunities at Paull and the establishment of a Paull Energy Park in 2014, but with no supporting details at this stage.

HU12 Online reproduces the document below and it is available to download at: A Plan for the Humber – Consultation Draft July 2012

The deadline for comments is Friday 20th July 2012. Please send your responses to


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