|What we do|
|Children and Young People|
|Culture and Leisure|
|- Assisted Areas|
|- Business and Industry|
|- Regional Economic Forums|
|- Regional Economic Performance|
|- Rural Economy|
|- South East Economic Delivery Council (SEEDC)|
|Education and Skills|
|Environment and Rural|
|Fact Files: South East|
|People and Sustainable Communities|
|Preparing for Emergencies|
|Safer and Stronger Communities|
Regional Development Agency Sponsorship
The South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) is one of England’s nine Regional Development Agencies (RDAs). Its main role is to help drive economic development in the South East region.
Government Offices (GOs) work with the nine Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) on behalf of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) . More information on the national picture
Under the 1998 Regional Development Agencies Act, SEEDA has five main purposes:
SEEDA’s work covers:
Regional Economic Strategy
The 1998 Regional Development Agencies Act required SEEDA to work with regional partners to put together a Regional Economic Strategy (RES) that sets out the priorities and targets for the sustainable economic prosperity of the South East.
The current version of the South East Regional Economic Strategy 2006-16 can be viewed on SEEDA’s website.
|Terms and Conditions|