About the recovery plan
Brighton & Hove is the most successful coastal city in the UK. It has a strong knowledge economy, an entrepreneurial workforce and high business start-up rates.
It also benefits from a strong collaborative ethos through formal and informal networks and partnerships with education, businesses and the third sector.
A new 2 year recovery plan has been created to ensure the city understands and benefits from national investment in innovation, education, skills and employment initiatives.
The plan reflects the current and emerging impact of:
- the Coronavirus pandemic
- the end of Brexit transition arrangements with the EU
- extensive policy reforms to the further and higher education landscape
- the government’s Plan for Jobs 2020
The plan will continue to evolve over the next 2 years to:
- respond flexibly to emerging local priorities
- deliver regional projects
- implement and monitor national reforms
- support economic recovery, increase productivity and close skills gaps
The Adult Learning and Skills Partnership (ALSP) will oversee delivery of the plan and regular reports will be provided to council committees.
Read or download the recovery plan
Go to our City employment and skills recovery plan 2021 to 2023.
Go to our Employment and Skills Recovery Plan Progress Review - March to September 2021.
The Brighton & Hove Economic Strategy continues to provide the evidence base for employment and the narrative for the city’s economic priorities.
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