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Hartlepool Economic Regeneration Strategy was developed by key partners and the business community to provide the vision and leadership to improve the economic vitality and vibrancy of the Borough. After three years, it is timely to refresh this strategy so that we can reflect on what key achievements have been accomplished. This book considers two basic questions: How do the experiences of the Italian industrial districts compare with those of Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany and Spain? What are the policy interventions needed to sustain existing industrial districts and to guide other regions wishing to pursue a similar strategy in the interests of local economic regeneration? articulates how Watford Borough Council will lead and realise the vision. The Economic Development Strategy is one of the enabling strategies to deliver the Core Strategy and both align with the Council’s Corporate Plan Strategic Priority 2 ‘to provide the Strategic lead for Watford’s sustainable economic growth.’ Watford in Context. North Ayrshire Council has developed this strategy in partnership with the Economic Development & Regeneration Board (EDR Board). The board is one of the clear success stories of the past five years. Our board drives forward this agenda, challenges the status quo and holds partners to account.
People, prosperity, place: our regeneration strategy Read our regeneration strategy for the borough. 'People, prosperity, place' (also known as the Lewisham Regeneration Strategy) is a document that sets out our vision for the future of the borough from now until , and the projects and plans which are underway to deliver that vision. Regeneration is the process of renewal, and restoration that makes life and ecosystems resilient to natural fluctuations or events that cause disturbance or damage. Regenerative concepts take sustainability to the next level, moving from ‘doing less bad’ to actually ‘doing good’ for people and planet. In we launched a 20 year regeneration strategy with an ambitious vision to raise the quality of life for Brent residents. Twelve years later and the progress is clear to see. But there is still much to do. The economic downturn and resulting cuts in public spending means Brent now faces very different challenges to when the strategy was launched. 2 city regeneration 3 masterplan evolution 4 planning strategy 5 concept designs 6 the park 7 active streets 8 beyond epilogue acknowledgments 4 6 22 42 60 70 98 contents Looking north towards the Mersey Estuary – Liverpool One in the Heart of the City.
Economic Development is a key priority for Broxtowe Borough Council and we all recognise the benefits a strong local economy is to the vitality and wellbeing of the locality. This Economic Regeneration Strategy outlines the Council’s approach to both Economic Development and Brownfield Regeneration and includes its ‘vision’ moving forward. The Economic Regeneration Strategy for Northampton needs to promote a step change in the focus of regenerating and growing the town in a planned way. The key to the development of the town centre is ‘deliverability’.The CAAP will provide . Economic development is the sustained increase in income of all members of society so as to be free from material want. One aspect of that challenge is to achieve development in an interdependent world, that is a world in which goods, services. themed groups are the Economic Regeneration Forum and the Housing Partnership. These groups were identified as key themes for the future improvement of Hartlepool and the delivery of the Community Strategy vision. The Economic Regeneration Forum will meet four times per year and will maintain a focus on attracting new investment.