The Greater Brighton Economic Board is overarching, legally constituted, body behind the growth of the Greater Brighton City Region, formed in 2014 with the aim of protecting and growing the Region’s economy through creative, innovative initiatives which coordinate economic development activities and investment at City Region level.
It is made up of representatives from the principle partners:
Business Partnerships and other bodies:
The Board’s remit covers the functional economic area of the Greater Brighton City Region and it is responsible for strategic issues facing the whole of the City Region (rather than individual local projects), using an intelligence led approach to guide those opportunities which will unlock social and economic growth.
Crawley Borough Council and property investment and development firm Westrock have started a major mixed-use scheme that will help regenerate the town centre and provide much-needed new housing and office space. The public private partnership between Crawley Borough...read more
Plans to restore and enhance Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Garden have received a welcome boost. The National Lottery Heritage Fund has awarded initial support and development funding of £214,400 to progress plans to improve and enhance the historic garden and apply for a...read more
Southern businesses to be boosted by University of Chichester’s £11million project to drive economic growth
Businesses in the south of England could be boosted by a new £11million project from the University of Chichester Business School which will drive economic growth in the region. The initiative, known as the Business Hot House programme, is offering to support more...read more