Comment: LEPs must focus on people

For the past four years, I have been working as a community business coach in one of those places the coalition Government does not seem to believe exists - an area of high multiple deprivation in the apparently prosperous South-East. It falls within the boundaries of the South-East England Development Agency - or SEEDA - one of the monolithic regional development agencies (RDAs) now earmarked for abolition.

by Clive Gross
Clive Gross
Clive Gross

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