The Greater Lincolnshire LEP allocates funding to support projects that contribute towards delivering our Strategic Economic Plan.
Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership has been successful in securing a total of £123.7m Local Growth Funding (LGF) from Central Government through the three rounds of LGF to date. This funding was allocated through a six year Growth Deal (from 1st April 2015 to the 31st March 2021). The LEP has also secured a further £25.8m from Government to deliver against the Getting Building Fund (1 August 2020 – 31 March 2022) .
To maximise our investment potential the LEP Board has agreed the importance of establishing and maintaining a single pipeline of priority projects.
The development of the pipeline is intended to identify priorities for any new funding sources which may become available in the future for Greater Lincolnshire.
A recent call has asked for projects ideas that align to our emerging Local Industry Strategy (LIS) and Recovery Plan and that will contribute to resilience, economic growth and productivity.
There is currently a good geographical spread of existing projects across the Greater Lincolnshire area, and across the priority sectors identified in the LIS. Both GLLEP Capital Programmes are currently fully allocated, however having an up to date pipeline of projects to consider is extremely important.
A call for projects was successfully launched by GLLEP in 2020 and these submissions are currently being reviewed. A revised GLLEP Pipeline will be published in late April 2020.