The LEP Network enables and promotes all 38 Local Enterprise Partnerships across England to work together on national shared interests to engage with Government and stakeholders.

If you are looking for business funding, support or guidance, please contact your local Growth Hub.  If you wish to engage with LEPs or have a product or service which may be of interest to them, please use the list of LEPs below to be taken to each LEP's home page where you will find their contact details.

There are 38 Local Enterprise Partnerships across England. They are business-led partnerships between local authorities and local private sector businesses.  They play a central role in determining local economic priorities and undertaking activities to drive economic growth and job creation, improve infrastructure and raise workforce skills within the local area.  LEP boards are led by a business Chair and board members are local leaders of industry (including SMEs), educational institutions and the public sector. 

Following the government's Strengthened Local Enterprise Partnerships review which sought to ensure that all businesses and communities are represented by one Local Enterprise Partnership, the map below is currently under review as LEPs work to eliminate overlap areas. It will be amended when all overlaps have been agreed upon and confirmed with the respective LEPs and the Cities and Local Growth Unit (CLGU). Please check with individual LEPs to confirm any current confirmed changes. All LEP contact details remain the same, just click on the name of the LEP in the list below to be taken to its website home page. lepnetwork-map

  1. Black Country
  2. Buckinghamshire
  3. Cambridgeshire & Peterborough
  4. Cheshire & Warrington
  5. Coast to Capital
  6. Cornwall and Isles of Scilly
  7. Coventry and Warwickshire
  8. Cumbria
  9. Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
  10. Dorset
  11. Enterprise M3
  12. GFirst
  13. Greater Birmingham & Solihull
  14. Greater Lincolnshire
  15. Greater Manchester
  16. Heart of the South West
  17. Hertfordshire
  18. Hull & East Yorkshire
  19. Lancashire
  20. Leeds City Region
  21. Leicester & Leicestershire
  22. Liverpool City Region
  23. London
  24. New Anglia
  25. North East
  26. Oxfordshire
  27. Sheffield City Region
  28. Solent
  29. South East
  30. South East Midlands
  31. Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire
  32. Swindon and Wiltshire
  33. Tees Valley
  34. Thames Valley Berkshire
  35. The Marches
  36. West of England
  37. Worcestershire
  38. York & North Yorkshire

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