South East England Development Agency

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SEEDA, more officially the South East England Development Agency, is one of a number of regional development agencies in England. It was set up as a non-departmental public body in 1999 to promote the region and to enable a number of more difficult regeneration projects which otherwise might not take place. It covers Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex J.R.


Projects include:
  • A number in the Thames Gateway area;
  • Regeneration of the Kent Coalfield;
  • Development plans for the Ashford area;
  • A plan for the regeneration of Hastings and Bexhill, including town centre improvements, new housing and the development of a new university;
  • The 'Building for Nature' advisory service, which aims to help developers produce projects in the most environmentally-friendly way;
  • Helping and advising farmers and rural businesses;
  • A broadband programme to ensure more remote businesses and residences have high speed internet access;
  • Supporting start-up businesses at enterprise hubs (eventually 30 are planned):
  • ...

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