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Skills shortage ‘putting brakes’ on net zero

12/12/2023

The skills shortage is undermining efforts to reduce carbon emissions and effectively tackle the climate crisis, local authority leaders in London have warned.

Council ‘saddened’ by proposed job cuts at rail factory

16/11/2023

A council leader has urged ministers to commit to the industrial sector after the UK’s largest rail assembly factory announced 1,330 jobs are at risk in Derby.

£600m boost for Oxford and Swindon Mini factories

12/09/2023

The BMW Group will invest more than £600m in its Mini plants in Oxford and Swindon as its electric production gains pace.

West Midlands Combined Authority signs £2bn warehouse partnership

18/05/2023

The West Midlands Combined Authority has announced a £2bn partnership to create warehouse facilities in the region over the next 10 years.

Council chiefs welcome call to address creative skills ‘blind spot’

17/01/2023

Council leaders have welcomed a call for a Government focus on fixing the educational ‘blind spots' and digital skills shortage impacting creative industries.

Council grants planning permission for Europe’s largest lithium refinery

28/11/2022

Planning permission has been granted to develop Europe’s largest lithium hydroxide refinery in Teesside, a move aimed at boosting the EV battery industry.

Deal to secure British Steel nearly ‘over the line'

16/08/2019

A deal is close to being finalised that could see the struggling steel manufacturer British Steel brought out of insolvency.

British Steel’s financial troubles could cost councils nearly £3m

22/05/2019

Local authorities could lose £2.8m in business rates should British Steel go into administration, a real estate company has calculated.

‘Local industrial strategies’ needed to boost employment in cities, think tank says

16/08/2017

A think tank has called on the Government to devise ‘local industrial strategies’ in order to tackle unemployment and underemployment in the UK’s major cities.

Local leadership priority in industrial strategy says Clark

21/07/2017

The Government needs to focus on place-based leadership, the business secretary has said.

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