Heart of the South West LEP Annual Conference

Our CEO, Martin Bellamy spoke to over 300 delegates at The Heart of the South West LEP Annual Conference.

The overarching themes of the Local Industrial strategy covered during the conference were Clean growth and inclusive growth; ensuring that increased productivity is sustainable and that prosperity benefits the whole of the community.

Gravity is proud to be the first UK project to receive public funds for infrastructure from a local enterprise partnership.

Martin spoke about the incredible opportunities on the horizon, with Gravity well positioned to become a regional catalyst for Clean Growth.

We’re pleased with continued support from the Heart of the South West LEP, which has enabled our journey to progress so rapidly. I was honored to speak to the LEP’s network, I look forward to the next opportunity to update them on our progress

Martin Bellamy

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