New DCLG minister backs call for LEPs to be funded
By John Geoghegan 12 September 2012
Local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) need more substantial funding and greater powers if they are to succeed, a report overseen by new local government minister Brandon Lewis prior to his appointment has warned.
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