Government to invest more in Cornwall zone
The Government is to invest another £100 million in enterprise zones, including the Aerohub business park in Cornwall.
The extra cash, which was announced today, is being made available to fund projects such as road building and land clearance to unlock previously idle sites.
In all the Government has committed almost £700 million to support the enterprise zones and local enterprise partnerships to "realise their potential as the engine rooms of local economies".
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles said: "Enterprise zones are at the centre of our plans to back business, help local economies grow stronger and give the UK that competitive edge.
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"The zones are showing progress with over 180 businesses, half a billion pounds of private sector investment and nearly 4,000 jobs, and many more in the pipeline.
"We want to help them grow further and faster and this extra £100 million investment will ensure they have the infrastructure in place to successfully attract even more businesses and create many more local jobs."
A new business park is being created at the Aerohub, on the site of Newquay Airport.
AgustaWestland, British International Helicopters and Skybus were already on site when the enterprise zone was announced.