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Posted by on Sep 5, 2017 in Initiative Member News, Local Government, News | 0 comments

Discussion Sessions being held for The WoE Strategy Paper

Discussion Sessions being held for The WoE Strategy Paper

The West of England strategy discussion paper was launched on the 26th July 2017 at the new Bristol Business School at UWE.

A copy of the document can be found on www.westofengland-ca.org.uk (under “Our Strategy”).

The strategy discussion paper sets out high-level plans for delivering economic growth for all, under three pillars:

  • Businesses that succeed
  • World class skills for employment
  • Infrastructure fit for the future

The aim is that we develop a strategy that will be owned by everyone, allowing us to present a joined-up voice to government and promote the region nationally and internationally.

We would therefore like businesses, organisations and others to engage with this strategy and give us their views on how we can improve it to ensure we can drive economic growth and improve the quality of life for all. This can be done via our online survey.

This survey will be open for nine weeks, and ends on 27 September 2017.

If you would like to meet with us 121 to discuss the strategy paper, we will be holding four drop-in sessions. Please call 0117 370 1957 or email Melissa.Houston@WestOfEngland-CA.gov.uk to book a 30 minute slot at the following locations:

  • The Guildhall, Bath

Monday 25 September, 10-12

  • Engine Shed, Bristol

Wednesday 13 September, 9:30-12:30

  • The Hive, North Somerset

Tuesday 12 September, 9:30-12:30

  • Kingswood, South Gloucestershire

Monday 11 September, 9:30-12:30

Your feedback, along with the views of other local groups and partners, will be taken into consideration in developing a final strategy to be published in the autumn.

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