Council threatens to pull out of enterprise partnership
Wed 15th August 2012, 9:05 am
A Norfolk council is threatening to withdraw from its local enterprise partnership due to its lack of communication.
Broadland District Council's overview and scrutiny committee unanimously voted to recommend withdrawal from the New Anglia LEP because it was failing to update it on its work.
According to the Norwich Evening News, the council pays £7,000 to the LEP each year, but one councillor said that at a recent business event only two of around 60 companies had any knowledge of the LEP.
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