The Humber Local Enterprise partnership works with local stakeholders to maximise economic opportunities for the region. This work includes raising the skills profile of the Humber by working in close partnership with Hull, East Riding, North and North East Lincolnshire local authorities. Our vision is to deliver an appropriately skilled, motivated and productive workforce to drive economic growth and sustainability for the region. We are working together to improve the quality, accessibility and dissemination of labour market information and careers education, information, advice and guidance, empowering local people to make informed choices. The Humber LEP provides a range of services for employers and industry, supporting business to sustain and grow.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council provides more than 600 services to our communities.
The Council’s vision is to create an East Riding where everyone matters. We aim to do this by working with residents, businesses and partner organisations to keep delivering high quality, value-for-money services. We are determined to make the most of our resources and new technology to ensure that everyone in the East Riding has the best possible chance to thrive. We focus on growing the economy, protecting the vulnerable, promoting healthy living, valuing the environment and helping children and young people achieve their full potential so that, together, we can make the East Riding the best possible place to live, work and visit... a place where everyone matters.
Hull City Council is the governing body for the unitary authority and city of Kingston upon Hull. It was created in 1972 as the successor to the Corporation of Hull, which was also known as Hull Corporation and founded in 1440 by Royal charter.
North Lincolnshire Council is the local authority of North Lincolnshire. It is a unitary authority, having the powers of a non-metropolitan county and district council combined.
North East Lincolnshire Council is the local authority of North East Lincolnshire. It is a unitary authority, having the powers of a non-metropolitan county and district council combined.
The Green Port Hull vision is to establish Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire as a world class centre for renewable energy, creating wealth and employment for the region.
Hull City and East Riding Councils and Associated British Ports (ABP) along with partner organisations have been working together to ensure that this ambitious vision becomes a reality.
Through the Regional Growth Fund, £25.7m of funding has been secured for skills & employment, business support, and research and development to ensure that local people and business gain maximum benefit from the renewable energy sector. The Siemens Gamesa investment was the catalyst for the Green Port Hull vision. As well as offshore wind there are major opportunities in biofuels, waste to energy, solar, wave and tidal power generation.