New jobs and housing could soon be on the way in Oswestry thanks to the efforts of a number of local, regional and national organisations, who are working together to deliver potential housing and employment land developments in Shropshire’s second largest market town. Led by Shropshire Council, the work involves Homes England, Highways England, The […]
The Marches Local Enterprise Partnership today welcomed news that the Department for Transport (DfT) is to invest £54m in the construction of the Shrewsbury North West Relief Road.
The region’s leading businesswomen are being urged to step forward and play their part in driving the area’s economic growth.
The country’s Local Enterprise Partnerships have a ‘vital role’ to play in the UK’s economic future after Brexit, the Prime Minister has said.
A family-owned manufacturing business which has operated in Ludlow since it was founded in 1982, has expanded its base so that it can better meet customer demand, drive operational efficiencies, improve the working environment and create new jobs thanks to two grants supported by the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
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A world leading agri-tech research and innovation hub is to be built in Newport – after permission was granted last night by Telford & Wrekin Council’s planning committee. Ni-Park will be an enterprise and science park in due course creating up to 950 jobs and providing a range of flexible space for technology-focused firms including […]
A new Shropshire business show aimed at opening up export opportunities for firms across the county has been hailed a success. The Business Growth and Export Show – staged by the Marches Growth Hub – attracted an audience of around 80 to Shrewsbury to hear expert advice from the Department for International Trade (DiT) and […]
A training hub aimed at providing opportunities for the unemployed, addressing Shropshire’s housing shortage, and boosting the county’s construction industry, has been given the go-ahead after a £650,000 Government grant was secured by a strong consortium of local businesses.
It’s time for industry and young people to step up to the skills table according to the boss of Shropshire’s most advanced training centre.