With cold weather this winter focusing attention on the thousands of older and vulnerable people across the UK whose health is at risk due to falling temperatures, local organisations are working together to use technology to prevent the effects cold weather can cause. The Hull 2020 partnership includes local health organisations, emergency services and community groups who work together to improve the quality of life of Hull residents.
Multi-metal stockholder Aalco is Team Humber Marine Alliance’s 200th member company, nearly 20 years after the business development organisation was formed.
Signing today’s Growth Deal enables the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership to continue offering funding to local businesses through its “Growing the Humber” programme.
Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science and Cities, together with Lord Haskins, Chair, Humber Local Enterprise Partnership and representatives of the four Humber local authorities, signed off the £113.6M allocated to help grow the Humber economy.
The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is offering a “win-win” for businesses and graduates based in the Humber area, which covers North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire, East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull City Councils.
Former senior civil servant at the Department of Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) Isobel Mills CBE has been appointed to the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership Board.
Nippon Gohsei (UK) has appointed a new managing director as the company looks to exploit the significant recent investments at its Saltend facility in Hull.
Mr Hideki Ono will ensure that the company’s UK strategy and product development are implemented, fully utilising new production facilities including the second manufacturing line for its Soarnol food packaging product.
The Humber has been awarded £9.9M from the Government’s Local Growth Fund to develop ten major projects on both banks of the Humber, which coupled with the £37M local investment, amounts to just under £47M capital injection into the area. The projects negotiated by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership with Government include: regeneration work in Cleethorpes, Hull and Scunthorpe; infrastructure improvements in Goole, Melton Ross and Stallingborough; commercial development in Hessle, and to support training in skills required for capital works.