Our economic intelligence is used to ensure strategies and policies across the county are based on current and robust evidence and to make sure government at all scales is aware of the economic issues facing Buckinghamshire’s communities. This entails commenting on the implications of new national policy directions for the county as well as conducting and commissioning research to address local concerns.
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In short, the answer is, better than expected. As Andrew Bailey, Governor of the Bank of England declared earlier this month, the country’s economy has been less damaged than initially feared. Whilst we won’t know the full extent of [...]
Buckinghamshire LEP, working in partnership with Buckinghamshire Business First and Buckinghamshire Council, is gathering and analysing early evidence of the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Buckinghamshire economy. This evidence pack is a working document that is being updated [...]
This month saw the publication of the first Buckinghamshire Local Skills Report. Produced on behalf of the Buckinghamshire Skills Advisory Panel, the report is based on the latest labour market and skills evidence. So, what does the evidence say, [...]