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a city district where development receives special tax advantages

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As Chancellor George Osborne yesterday agreed to extend the North East Enterprise Zone, bosses said good progress was also being made on Teesside.
The following November, Coburg Mayor Mary Guldager was recalled, in large part because of her staunch support for the enterprise zone and its tax incentives, which at the time she acknowledged pushing through without necessary public input.
Other W&M Class-A properties in Fairfield County include: Metro Center, a 280,000-square-foot property, located within Stamford's Enterprise Zone, at the Stamford Transportation Center; MerrittView, a 250,000-square-foot office building located at the Merritt Parkway's exit 40; and Darien Green, an 85,000-square-foot, two-building office complex in Darien, at 1-95's exit 13.
In some cases enterprise zone legislation has given rise to increased economic activity, but in others the benefits are largely in question.
Enterprise Zones were created by the Government in 2012, offering incentives for companies to relocate and expand, while the North East LEP has supported infrastructure work for the sites, including roads and utilities.
Since its inception to the end of March 2017, the Wales Enterprise Zone programme has contributed to the Welsh economy by supporting more than 10,000 jobs through a competitive package of financial and other incentives including business rates support, tailored skills support, apprenticeship schemes and bespoke infrastructure projects.
The Humber Enterprise Zone where Siemens has chosen to invest in their 310 million Blade Manufacturing Plant
This is a very welcome development and will make the Enterprise Zone more competitive and be a strong incentive for new investment.
In turn, Lane County commissioners on Tuesday voted unanimously to extend the enterprise zone through June 2019.
He added: "The Black Country Enterprise Zone has gone from strength to strength since it was granted enterprise zone status, attracting new businesses and creating more than 2,000 jobs.
I'd encourage all small-tomedium-sized businesses that are either located in an Enterprise Zone or looking to start a business in an Enterprise Zone to apply.
Linda Edworthy, director of policy and strategy at Tees Valley Unlimited - which operates the Teesside Enterprise Zone -said: "We see the Tees Valley Enterprise Zone as crucial in attracting growth and development and each site already has an individual delivery plan that will support and nurture key Tees Valley sectors.
A pounds 500,000 boost to Deeside transport links will power the region towards success as an Enterprise Zone.
NEWCASTLE and Gateshead have lost out on a pounds 900m enterprise zone plan.
CITY leaders have defended Coventry's bid for an enterprise zone and up to 10,000 jobs around the airport from claims it would harm the rest of the city.
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