Good progress has been made in reinvesting in larger towns like Watford, Stevenage and Hemel Hempstead. In this blog, Lucy Gravatt from Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership looks forward at new opportunities for the area.
England’s rural areas in 2017 generated gross value added of at least £246 billion and employ 3.5 million people. In this blog, Professor Jeremy Phillipson and Roger Turner, Rural Enterprise UK, Newcastle University, argue the government's modern Industrial Strategy is focussed on creating growth and opportunities for places all over our country.
Coventry is in the driving seat on understanding and determining the future of mobility in the UK and overseas, as David Wright explains in our latest Industrial Strategy blog.
Rachel Skinner from WSP explains why the new Future of Mobility Urban Strategy is so important for cities and towns' transport planning and implementation.
Collaboration and partnerships across sectors and beyond are key to getting Oxfordshire's economy on the world-stage, argues Nigel Tipple, Chief Executive of Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership.
Faster digital connectivity will boost productivity. Here, Dr Jeremy Silver from Digital Catapult explains how his organisation's work will boost give a boost to businesses and the economy.
Celebrating the achievements and investments of STEM, Science Minister Chris Skidmore writes about his championing of his brief during the 25th annual British Science Week.
There have been huge societal and technological advances since British Science Week launched 25 years ago. Professor Jim Al-Khalili OBE FRS explains how the UK is now a global leader in AI.
More girls are aspiring to be scientists than ever - so much so that it has now entered the top 10 dream careers for girls today. Max Jennings from Hoop explains how more girls can be persuaded to study STEM subjects.
People are one of the foundations of the modern Industrial Strategy. Improving people’s skills, helping them access good jobs, supporting whole-life wellbeing and delivering more opportunities are at its heart, writes Dr Grace Lordan from London School of Economics.