Welcome to the Tech Corridor

The Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor will create over £500m of innovation-led growth, investment in infrastructure, housing and skills.

Our partnership team represents: Breckland District Council, Cambridgeshire County Council, East Cambridgeshire District Council, Forest Heath District Council, Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP, New Anglia LEP, Norfolk County Council, Norwich City Council, South Norfolk Council, St Edmundsbury Borough Council and Suffolk County Council. This is the first time this group of organisations has joined up, working together with a common purpose to let people know what an incredible part of the world we live and work in.

We have all the ingredients for growth: emerging sectors, low cost space, infrastructure (including the recent dualling of the A11), networks and a fast growing economy. Our world-class universities, research institutes and long established tech businesses have created a knowledgeable talent pool, motivated to stay in the East to enjoy a better quality of life.

Minister gives seal of approval to New Anglia Enterprise Zone

Enterprise Zone sites across Norfolk and Suffolk were the focus as Jake Berry, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Local Growth visited the Eat stands at MIPIM UK. Read more here

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New Anglia Business Roadshows

A series of free business roadshows is offering advice and funding support to SMEs across Norfolk and Suffolk this autumn. Read more here

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Investment opportunities in the East on show at UK’s largest property exhibition

Development sites and investment opportunities across Norfolk and Suffolk were showcased at MIPIM UK this week. Read more here

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Vital Ely Rail Upgrade Project “will definately go ahead”, say Transport Minister

A delegation of MPs and officials from the East, met with the Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling to urge him to commit to fund the Ely Junction Rail Upgrade project. Read more here

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East of England Universities awarded £4.7m in challenge to improve links with business

Universities minister Jo Johnson has announced a £4.7m investment to improve productivity in the east by encouraging collaboration between universities and businesses. Find out more

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