In Oxfordshire, we benefit from a successful economy with a variety of global assets - and it is our aim to create and maintain conditions that make our county the location of choice for world-leading businesses.
Crucial to maximising our global potential is creating investor confidence and creating an infrastructure that is fit-for-purpose; building on Oxfordshire's world-leading centre of knowledge and innovation.
OxLEP's strategies encompass our vision and key priorities of 'People', 'Place', 'Enterprise' and 'Connectivity'.
- Strategic Economic Plan (SEP)
- Strategic Environmental and Economic Investment Plan (SEEIP)
- Creative, Culture, Heritage and Tourism Investment Plan (CCHTIP)
- Oxfordshire Energy Strategy
- Oxfordshire Skills Strategy
- Innovation Strategy
You can download copies of each strategy from Our Publications.
We have an ambitious vision for Oxfordshire, with dynamic economic growth for the county right at its core.
Oxfordshire continues to reaffirm a world-leading economic position with many global organisations, highlighting the success of the county's economy - this includes:
Our vision for Oxfordshire is for it to have:
'A vibrant, sustainable, inclusive, world-leading economy – driven by innovation, enterprise and research excellence.'
We champion Oxfordshire’s economic potential, acting as a catalyst and convenor to drive growth and believe our county is a great place to do business – with locations like; Oxford, Bicester and Science Vale UK and its Enterprise Zones acting as great hubs for significant commercial opportunities for world-class businesses.
We have four priority areas, each of which are reflected in our Strategic Economic Plan (SEP) and our everyday work, driving dynamic economic growth for Oxfordshire.
Deliver and attract specialist and flexible skills at all levels, across all sectors, as required by our businesses with full, inclusive employment and fulfilling jobs.
Provide the quality environment and choice of homes needed to support growth and capitalise upon the exceptional quality of life, vibrant economy and the dynamic urban and rural communities of our county.
Encourage innovation-led growth, underpinned by Oxfordshire’s strengths in university research and development, business collaboration and supply chain potential.
Allow people to move freely, connect easily and provide the services, environment and facilities needed by a dynamic, growing and dispersed economy.