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Kent and Medway Economic Partnership

Under the federal working arrangements of the South East Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), there are four recognised geographies: East Sussex, Essex, Kent and Medway, and Thames Gateway South Essex. 

The Kent and Medway Economic Partnership (KMEP) is the economic partnership for Kent and Medway which was set up in 2013 to act as the Kent and Medway ‘building block’ of the South East LEP.  Its aim is to drive forward economic growth and prosperity.  Thames Gateway Kent is treated as one of the 'sub-county' areas feeding into the KMEP.

The KMEP is governed by a Partnership Board made up of representatives from businesses, education and local authorities.

For more information, visit the KMEP website.