The South Holland Economy
The South Holland District Council Economic Development Service
South Holland is a fast growing and thriving district with low unemployment and high levels of investment. Interest in investing in the district from retail, leisure, professional services and commercial & industrial sectors has grown considerably over the last few years.
The Council wishes to ensure that this business climate is maintained and its Corporate priority, 'To encourage the local economy to be vibrant with continued growth' provides a direct link to the Economic Development Department, which directly contributes to the achievement of a number of the council's aims and objectives in social and economic terms, as part of the Open for Business agenda, and our 'whole Council approach'.
The Economic Development Departments remit to support the economic well-being of all South Holland residents and businesses is provided by encouraging the development of the local economy and so maintaining and generating jobs for local people. Whilst the departments functions are discretionary, they play a central role in supporting the vitality and cohesiveness of the South Holland economy.
For information and help with any of the topics mentioned in this section, or just to have an informal chat with one of the Economic Development team, please ring 01775 761161, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our online enquiry form
This page contains a number of weblinks which we hope may be of use to pre-start, start-up, and existing businesses.
Why should I base my business in South Holland?
Regularly updated business information.
The Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Growth & Efficiency Programme (GL LEGE), branded Grants4Growth, is an ERDF funded project managed and delivered by South Holland District Council's Economic Development Service.