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Local city region lea bristol

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  • 1. Bristol’s Approach to Local & City-Regional Economic Assessment
    • Chris Hackett
    • Economic Development & Regeneration Policy Manager
    • Bristol City Council
  • 2. Outline Approach
    • Local specific first
      • maximise local benefit & ‘buy-in’
      • focus on issues of especial local concern
    • City-Region context and collaboration
    • Amalgamated City-Region assessment
    • Support MAA, Employment & Skills Board and potential Local Enterprise Partnership
  • 3. City-Region Collaboration
    • Regular ‘Heads of Economic Development’ meetings
    • Working group convened by West of England Partnership
    • Sharing ‘scoping papers’
    • Drafting yet to be agreed
  • 4. Objectives
    • Ultimate aim – sustainable economic growth
    • Shared understanding of local economy
    • Basis for strategic decisions and policy making
    • Repository of robust economic evidence
    • Core City and city-region comparisons
    • Relative economic strengths of neighbourhoods
    • Identify competitive advantage and challenge
    • Demonstrate capacity
  • 5. Process
    • In-house
    • Driven by Economic Development team
    • Cross-authority involvement
    • Five workstreams
      • Data capture
      • Analysis and drafting
      • Consultation and engagement
      • Internal sign-off
      • City-region collaboration
  • 6. Timetable
    • Started April 2010
    • First draft - end of August
    • Consultation September & October
    • Final Draft - end of November
    • Cabinet December
    • Local Strategic Partnership January 2011
    • City-Region assessment Spring 2011
  • 7. Governance
    • Not a formal ‘project’
    • Steering Group
    • Work groups
      • one for each workstream
    • Executive Member Briefings
  • 8. Progress to Date
    • Scoping Framework
    • Temporary Staff recruited
    • Data captured and catalogued
    • Core indicators for Core Cities
    • Analysis underway
  • 9. Next Steps
    • Continue data capture and analysis
    • Start drafting
    • Plan and schedule consultation
    • Business survey
    • LSP engagement
    • City-Region discussions
  • 10. Questions?
    • Contact: chris . hackett @ bristol . gov . uk
    • 0117-922-2275