Complaints and Whistleblowing

The LLEP is committed to creating a work environment with the highest possible standards of openness, probity and accountability. In view of this commitment we encourage employees and others with serious concerns about any aspect of the LEP’s work to come forward and voice those concerns without fear of reprisal.  For employees and those working closely with the LLEP, please follow the whistle blowing policy on our website Whistleblowing Policy For third parties and members of the public, please follow the confidential complaints procedure outlined

However, if a member of the public or third party believes that their complaint fits the description below; they can elect to report their concerns through the whistle blowing policy procedure Whistleblowing Policy

Whistle blowing – where an individual who has concerns about a danger, risk, contravention of rules or illegality provides useful information to address this. In doing so they are acting in the wider public interest, usually because it threatens others or impacts on public funds. By contrast, a grievance or private complaint is a dispute about the individual’s own position and has no or very limited public interest.

If you wish to make a confidential complaint or raise a concern, you should state this within your complaint and it will be treated as such. However, we would remind complainants that when people put their names to an allegation the ability to investigate and therefore reach firm conclusions is strengthened.

To make a complaint please see our Complaints policy guidance below, Complaints or you can contact us at the Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership, City Hall, 115 Charles Street, Leicester, LE1 1FZ  or email marking you letter or email “Official – complaints”




Whistleblowing Policy (203.23 KB)
Code of Conduct for Employees (463.28 KB)
Complaints Including Confidential Complaints Policy (416.20 KB)