The Government has announced that all Regional Development Agencies (RDAs), including SEEDA, will close by 31 March 2012.
Responsibility for economic development and regeneration in England is being passed onto successor bodies, including Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and central Government departments
Our objective is to ensure a professional and cost effective closure by this date. We have pledged to work closely with our partners, contractors and stakeholders to ensure that the past and future economic benefits of key programmes and assets continue to deliver the greatest economic value for the South East and value for money for the taxpayer.
Please click here for more details about our closure plan, transition arrangements and successor organisations.
SEEDA strategy was delivered by place, through five area teams. Although each of the five area teams had its own investment priorities, they worked together to ensure consistency across the region. Through our support for business and our work to attract investment to the region, these area teams undertook exciting projects and work on innovative collaborations.
Browse the areas of the South East to read more about SEEDA's activities: