Residents asked for their views on Warwickshire's economy - The Leamington Observer

Residents asked for their views on Warwickshire's economy

Leamington Editorial 8th Jul, 2023   0

RESIDENTS can have their say on money matters in Warwickshire.

Warwickshire County Council is seeking views on its plans for developing its future economy with a survey that is open throughout the month.

Warwickshire’s Strategic Economic Plan is an abridged document that highlights the work that the county and its partners are doing to develop an economy that is fit for the future, will grow and create jobs, and be sustainable and contribute to the county’s net zero carbon emission targets.

Feedback will be incorporated into a broader final economic strategy for the county.




WCC economy spokesperson Coun Martin Watson said: “This engagement is absolutely vital to helping us to plan for Warwickshire’s future economy. We need to know that what we are thinking is what is on our residents’ minds, be they businesses, school leavers and jobseekers, people looking to change careers or people who might be wondering what mitigation we are making so that our businesses do not adversely affect our environment.

“I would like to think that all those people will be reassured when they read the plan but that is not to say that it is complete. With more input, we can create and refine a strategy that best suits not only our ambitions for Warwickshire’s economy but also those of our residents and businesses that live here now or who will live here in the future.”


The survey is open until July 30 and can be found at https://ask.warwickshire.gov.uk/insights-service/strategic-economic-plan/consultation/subpage.2023-06-19.4024913085/

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