LIS Analytical Panel


In January 2020 we submitted a set of ‘logic chains’ to Government’s LIS Analytical Panel for review. These present the rationale behind a set of draft interventions for the LIS which were identified through extensive engagement with partners and are in response to the findings from our evidence base.


Feedback from the panel was very positive, particularly around the quality and breadth of our evidence base and how this has informed the interventions.


These 'logic chains' will inform the development of our LIS moving forward and the interventions within them will continue to evolve as we draft the LIS document and negotiate with Government.


You can view the logic chains that were submitted here.


Our full evidence base can be found here.


Next steps for the LIS


Following the December 2019 General Election the Government has signalled its continued commitment to Local Industrial Strategies.  


We will continue to work closely with Government and local partners in 2020 to develop the LIS and will update this page with our progress.


Coronavirus update: Work to develop our Local Industrial Strategy is under review to ensure it reflects any new key strategic interventions that have arisen. We are taking this time to fully assess the impacts of Coronavirus on the Coast to Capital economy, to create an economic recovery plan alongside our partners to ensure we have a suitable long term economic strategy for the region. To find out more about our COVID-19 response click here


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