The Greater Lincolnshire LEP Board of Directors maintains a strategic overview and creates the vision and direction of all LEP activity. The Directors Board are an enabling body and focus on influencing, lobbying and leading on LEP priorities.

The purpose of the Board is to identify the very high priority strategies and actions and ensure that the appropriate checks and balances are in place.  The LEP Board of Directors receive expert opinion from a wide range of partners and then work with stakeholders and partners to ensure that the strategies and actions are developed and delivered.

The Greater Lincolnshire LEP Directors Board consists of up to 20 Directors and up to 5 Co-Opted Directors made up from private sector business leaders and senior local authority figures. It is chaired by Ursula Lidbetter MBE, CEO of the Lincolnshire Co-operative and Chair of the national Co-operative Group.

The LEP Directors Board meets bi-monthly. 

The Board commits to publishing Directors' Board papers and agendas 7 days in advance of meetings, which are available on this page and accessible from the homepage. Draft minutes are published 10 working days following the meeting. The LEP may withhold 'confidential information' under The Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements/Meetings and Access to Information/ England - Regulations 2012)  and a clear process for confidential proceedings and papers is in place.  See the Local Industrial Strategy for more information. 

Directors' give their time voluntarily and these are not remunerated roles.  Expenses can be claimed under the Travel and Hospitality Policy here.