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LEP praised at conference


Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership’s record in bringing jobs and growth to the region has been put under scrutiny at a major business conference. More than 200 representatives from local


businesses and organisations attended the conference at Uttoxeter Racecourse to hear a keynote address from Small Business Minister Kelly Tolhurst, plus a range of other speakers. The Minister praised the work of the LEP


and told the conference that the Government was committed to boosting economic growth across the whole nation and building a Britain fit for the future. She said: “Through our modern industrial


strategy we are investing in the skills, industries and infrastructure of the future and LEPs have an essential role in ensuring this translates to more jobs and growth at a local level. “In SSLEP this has included support for


projects such as improving the Stafford Western Access Route and developing the UK’s first low-carbon heat network system.


“This conference is an invaluable opportunity for me to hear first-hand how we can go even further in delivering for business, workers and shoppers in SSLEP.” LEP chairman David Frost added: “The


conference has also been an important opportunity to hear the latest thinking from a Government minister on business issues, and to promote the work our LEP is doing to drive economic growth across Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire, working with a wide range of businesses and partner organisations. “The LEP continues to build on its solid


foundation of successful project delivery throughout the area with exciting ongoing plans to promote growth and help our economy and communities to thrive.” Other speakers at the event included Lorna


Pimlott, head of sponsorships and policy with HS2 Phase 2, who spoke about the economic transformation the project aimed to bring, and Alun Rogers, founder of Stafford-based IT firm Risual, who spoke about the local industrial strategy and shaping the economy of the future.


Representatives involved in the clear up at Brereton Waste crime in clean up


Cannock MP Amanda Milling has spoken about the ‘horrors’ of illegal waste after a problem site at Brereton was cleared of tons of rubbish at huge expense to the taxpayer. The site has now been completely cleared by


the Environment Agency, Cannock Chase District Council, Staffordshire County Council, Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service and the landowner. Ms Milling has raised the problem of illegal waste


dumping in Parliament. She said: “This has taken an enormous amount of work and I would like to commend everyone involved. I look forward to working with the various agencies as we continue to look at ways to fight against waste crime.”


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