was a particularly proactive RDA, offering a gamut of services including advising on business growth and development, skills support and securing inward investment.
It had been under threat from major local redevelopment plans for over a decade and was finally shut on April 1 when the a new lease application was refused by owners, the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA
) and Tipner Regeneration Company.
The masterplan is being developed for Shoreham Port Authority, one of the organisations in the Shoreham Harbour Regeneration Partnership - which also includes the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA
) and three local authorities.
More than GBP3m of Vestas's total grant will come from the South East England Development Agency (SEEDA
The South East England Development Agency (Seeda
) said it would be losing around 90 of its 370 current staff following a 20% budget shortfall over the next two years.
The SEHTA (South-East Health Technology Alliance) was set up by industry representatives and is supported by SEEDA
, to catalyze innovation and international competitiveness in the South East.
The CAIP, which has been drawn up with advice from Natural England, will require the involvement of many other government departments, its internal services and external organisations, to ensure its success, including community groups, Defra, Department for Transport, Department of Health and SEEDA
It is part of a SEEDA
(South East England Development Agency) match-funded innovation project.
Dubai Women's Open winner, Elena Dementieva had little trouble progressing from her third-round match however, with the seventh seedA
posting a 7-5 6-3 result over Russian compatriot Vera Dushevina.
Using a Freedom of Information request, Norman Baker MP found that Seeda
's chairman, James Brathwaite, had a taxi and executive car bill of pounds 51,489 for a year in his part-time post.
British clients include SEEDA
, the South East England Development Agency and the Thames Valley Economic Partnership.