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See the latest news from CLES, including press releases from us, and CLES in the press.

NewsCLES backs VSNW conference

10th July 2014

Voluntary Sector North West’s annual conference in…

NewsUnderstanding Scottish Places

9th July 2014

CLES is excited to be involved in a consortium in partnership with the Scottish Government to create a new toolkit for towns practitioners and communities. The work has been commissioned by the Scottish Government and follows the Trust’s contributions to the Town Centre Review.

NewsNew CLES Work pages launched

9th July 2014

The CLES website has been revamped to include a new CLES Work section detailing our key areas of activity.

NewsCLES Board Trustee Recruitment

5th June 2014

CLES is looking to recruit new Trustees to the charity’s Board.

NewsCLES is recruiting

30th May 2014

Can you think and do? CLES is recruiting an experienced Associate Director to play a lead role in policy, research and consultancy assignments. CLES is the UK’s leading member and research organisation dedicated to economic development and place policy.

NewsCLES is recruiting

1st May 2014

Can you think and do? CLES is recruiting an experienced Policy Consultant to play a key role in policy, research and consultancy assignments. CLES is the UK’s leading member and research organisation dedicated to economic development and place policy.

NewsDeveloping Local Economic Resilience: The Role of Local Enterprise Partnerships

11th April 2014

CLES has launched a new publication exploring the resilience of England’s 39 Local Enterprise Partnerships.

CLES in the pressLEPs are failing to build local resilience

11th April 2014

Local enterprise partnerships in Dorset, Cumbria and Thames Valley Berkshire have come out on top in an assessment of the resilience of the local economic plans of LEPs conducted by the Centre for Local Economic strategies (CLES).

NewsBudget 2014: The narrative beneath the spectacle

3rd April 2014

This CLES Bulletin explores the 2014 Budget in more detail.

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