South Cambridgeshire District Council has published its Economic Strategy for 2010-2015.
The overall vision for the strategy is to make South Cambridgeshire a place where residents are proud to live and where there will be opportunities for employment, enterprise and world-leading innovation coupled to providing a voice for rural life and first-class services to all.
The strategy has been drafted following a thorough economic assessment of the District with the aid of economic consultants, PACEC (Public & Corporate Economic Consultants). It includes work with residents, businesses and organisations to identify objectives and actions for the economic benefit of the district. It aims to, with the help of work from partners, deliver benefits to the whole of the district.
The strategy identifies six priority themes including; supporting businesses, a low carbon economy, the role of South Cambridgeshire, building sustainable communities, improving infrastructure and key intervention areas, to assist the district in more challenging times.
For further information contact Nicole Kritzinger at South Cambridgeshire District Council.