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The contents of this website are under review following the formation of a new HM Government. Current information may be found at www.gonetwork.gos.gov.uk.

Welcome to the Government Office for the East Midlands

With eleven government departments under one roof, GOEM is the hub of central government in the East Midlands.

It is our aim to work with regional partners and local people to maximise competitiveness and prosperity in the East Midlands. We want to bring together government policies for a more inclusive society. 

Many organisations work with us so that we can achieve our aims, some of these include local authorities, businesses, schools, colleges and voluntary organisations. Together we help government initiatives work at a local level. We also reflect back the needs of the region to central government.

Any comments on our website? let us know, at: - enquiries@goem.gsi.gov.uk

News Articles
Derby woman secures first UK job and wins learning award (Mon May 24 12:36:23 BST 2010)
Shakeela Butt, aged 29, from Derby, has secured her first job in the UK, since arriving from Pakistan with a determination to pass her English and numeracy courses in order to comfortably communicate...
EU visit highlights Euro funding boost for Nottingham jobs and skills. (Thu Apr 01 16:57:04 BST 2010)
A former steelworker, who fought to get back into work after suffering a serious accident and an ex-offender, who is turning his life around, are just two local people benefiting from a slice of £376...
East Midlands Councils (Wed Mar 31 18:41:55 BST 2010)
On 31st March 2010 the East Midlands Regional Assembly and Local Government East Midlands will close.

East Midlands Regional Plan

East Midlands Regional Plan (Regional Spatial Strategy)
The East Midlands Regional Plan was published on 12 March 2009.  Click on the map for further details


Sub National Review
The Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction (LDEDC) Bill takes forward the reforms announced under the Sub-National Review of Economic Development and Regeneration (SNR).
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