Greater Birmingham’s Strategy for Growth: A step forward

An ambitious plan for the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership was launched today.

Delivering Growth

I will review this in the next few days but on a quick look, it is an advance of where we were, but it is tentative on the how, tentative on what is needed to happen and how it will be financed. It promises a Delivery Plan with KPI’s which will be crucial. If the LEP is going to deliver it absolutely has to show how this strategy is different from others that have gone before and so it needs to really detail the how and move beyond broad statements of intent. This strategy must not end up as yet another coffee table glossy.

Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP web page here

Download the strategy here

 

Evidence Base with a number of downloads (here)

 

Chamberlain’s File comments on the document

here

Birmingham Post’s write up here

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  1. […] important to Birmingham; the Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP has recently chosen it (In its Strategy for Growth) as one of the key sectors it wants to grow. Recent figures produced from the International […]

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