The South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) has been established to drive economic growth across East Sussex, Essex, Kent, Medway, Southend and Thurrock.
It’s one of 39 partnerships set up by the government to determine economic priorities while making investments and delivering projects that will drive growth and create local jobs.
Through the South East Local Enterprise Partnership’s (SELEP) Local Growth Fund, national government is investing £40million in Medway’s regeneration.
The regeneration projects include:
- Strood Town Centre
- Strood Waterfront
- Chatham Placemaking
- Innovation Park Medway
- A289 Four Elms Roundabout
- Medway City Estate
- Cycling Action Plan