The economics group of the Neighbourhood Plan has recently produced a business survey which you can access using this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/XBMPF2S
The results so far indicate that most respondents think their current premises will be suitable in the future, that parking, mobile phone signal and broadband speeds are concerns and that the quality of life is a significant reason for businesses being located here.
The latest information about the entire Neighbourhood Plan is on the Emerging Draft Page
The New vision and Objectives were displayed at the 17.4.16 consultation event and they are here:Economics April 17th consultation website
Here are the notes of the meeting on 6th June 2015 economics meeting notes 18.6.15
Below is the draft Vision and Objectives for the economic section of the Neighbourhood Plan which was used at the Annual Parish Meeting consultation event on June 27th: Economy vision and objectives plus responses This has since been reworked and the New vision and objectives are above.
- Here is a guide to the evidence that would be needed if we wanted to show that we need more local jobs:Evidence needed for lack of local jobs
- Hereis a Friends of the Earth paper on a green economy:green_economy
- In England 9.8 million people (19% of the population) live in rural areas (settlements of fewer than 10,000 people). Here’s a guide to rural proofing
- Here’s a picture outlining Dartington Hall Trusts’s economic impact on the parish. You can download the full report from the DHT website:https://www.dartington.org/dartingtons-economic-impact/
If you want more information about this group please email Kate Wilson, the NP coordinator: email@example.com