You can contact the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (SELEP) on their UK telephone number 0333 013 8885 for enquiries about their strategic economic plan, rural strategy programme or for information about the South East Business Hub.
The South East Local Enterprise Partnership is an independent body that aims to further economic growth throughout the region of the UK. Furthermore, SELEP is one of the 39 partnerships set up by the government to create local jobs through their ‘strategic economic plans’ while making investments to business in the region. Specifically, the South East Local Enterprise Partnership has the remit to assist industry in East Sussex, Kent & Medway, Essex and Thames Gateway.
General Enquiries – 03330 138 885
You can contact the South East Local Enterprise Partnership on their general enquiries phone number 03330 138 885 to query the government growth deal and the subsequent strategic economic plan in your area. For instance, you may wish to use this number for further information about the the South East Business Hub, ideal if you are in the process of growing your business. Alternatively, you may have specific enquiries regarding the SELEP rural strategy, including how it will set out to improve the infrastructure and air quality in the South East. Moreover, callers can raise questions about the SELEP skills strategy, which aims to increase the proficiency in a number of technical skills of the working age population. You may also wish to ask how SELEP awards funding, and can use this number to query your eligibility to apply for the ‘Growing Places Fund.’ Similarly, you may have enquiries about a number of European funding programmes, such as the regional development fund.
Call Costs and Contact Hours
The SELEP helpline operates a geographic contact number that will charge callers the same standard per-minute rate as any other local call from a UK mobile or landline telephone. However, you may be able to contact the South East Local Enterprise Partnership for free if you are using any inclusive free minutes that have been included in your mobile tariff or if your landline deal comes with free local calls.
Write to the South East Local Enterprise Partnership
If you would prefer to write to the South East Local Enterprise Partnership via email then you can do so using the following address: email@example.com.
Alternatively, if you would prefer to contact SELEP via post, or send any documents pertinent to your enquiry, then you should do so using the address listed below:
South East LEP Secretariat,
c/o Essex County Council,