Cheshire and Warrington Sustainable and Inclusive Growth Commission
The Cheshire and Warrington Sustainable and Inclusive Growth Commission was set up by the Subregional Leaders’ Board in November 2020, with the aim of building on progress to date to help realise Cheshire and Warrington’s ambition of becoming the most sustainable and inclusive subregion in the UK. After a period of research, engagement, and consultation a final report with ambitious recommendations is available.
The Commission has been working on four themes: Inclusive Economy, Sustainable Transport, Sustainable Land Use, and Net Zero. For each of these themes the Commission has developed an evidence base for Cheshire and Warrington’s current position, a vision representing where the Commission believes the subregion should aim to be and a set of recommended actions to achieve these visions.
The Commission is now promoting its final recommendations to stakeholders, residents and businesses to invite collaboration on achieving its aims.
Read the Sustainable and Inclusive growth Commission report summary
You can view the full report and find out the latest news and upcoming events on the Cheshire and Warrington Sustainable and Inclusive Growth Commission website.
Page last reviewed: 20 October 2022
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