Eight regional development agencies were established in England in 1999. These are:• the North West RDA—North-West• OneNorthEast—North-East• Yorkshire Forward—Yorkshire and Humberside• East Midlands Development Agency—East Midlands• Advantage West Midlands—West Midlands• East of England Development Agency—East of England• South West of England Development Agency—South-West• South East England Development Agency (SEEDA)—South-EastThe London Development Agency was established in 2000. Their remit is to promote sustainable economic development. Each has stakeholders from the local public, private, and voluntary sector community, and each RDA produces a ‘regional economic strategy’ which outlines the planned economic development and regeneration of the respective region.
• the North West RDA—North-West
• Yorkshire Forward—Yorkshire and Humberside
• East Midlands Development Agency—East Midlands
• Advantage West Midlands—West Midlands
• East of England Development Agency—East of England
• South West of England Development Agency—South-West
• South East England Development Agency (SEEDA)—South-East
The London Development Agency was established in 2000.
http://www.englandsrdas.com/ Regional Development Agencies online.