The D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership has set out its vision for Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire’s future development – focusing on a green recovery and growth for the region – at its annual meeting on 2 December 2020.
Over 200 attendees from the business, public, voluntary and community sector joined the event, which was held virtually to comply with current COVID-19 restrictions.
David Williams, Deputy Chair of the D2N2 LEP, opened proceedings with a look back on the achievements of the organisation – both over the last year, as well as the cumulative results of the LEP’s investment since 2014.
The meeting heard how the LEP is on course for the delivery of its investment programme by 2030, which will directly create 29,000 new jobs, 10,800 new homes, and support 2000 learners.
The LEP’s Annual Review, which sets out the organisation’s delivery, achievements and updates from last year, is available to view online here.
You can also view the D2N2 Economic Recovery & Growth Strategy (Green Growth Strategy) here.
Article uploaded 18/12/20