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City Centre Strategy Exeter Vision Partnership Presentation - 10 07 2013

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    • 1. John Harvey City Centre Manager City Centre Strategy – 2013-2022 Exeter Vision Partnership 10 July 2013
    • 2.  On-going discussion/dialogue/debate – wide- ranging consultation exercise been undertaken  Timetable  Remains an iterative process – but clear deadlines  No ‘absolutes’ in the draft document as it stands  Strategy will be owned by the City Centre Management Partnership – widespread buy-in essential Where We’re At…
    • 3.  Last decade – period of major change, renewal & investment  Excellent record of investment/low vacancy rates – no basis for complacency going forward  The most significant squeeze on public finances in decades  Capital expenditure  Re-gearing of the relationship between business and public authorities Context
    • 4.  Strengthening Exeter City Centre’s competitive advantage  A vibrant, welcoming and safe evening and night- time economy  A better first impression  A vibrant centre which offers attractions for all  A clean, well maintained and even safer environment Key Aims
    • 5.  ‘What sort of City Centre do we want?’  Driving a visionary agenda – and ensuring realism  Maintaining the momentum of change, renewal and investment  Being honest about our weaknesses and threats  Positioning to meet the challenges of e- commerce & m-commerce  Role for business  Making the most of unique quarters – and links with the Quayside Key Issues (1)
    • 6.  First impressions  Broadening-out from the focus on the daytime and retail economy  ‘Extending the day’ – connecting ‘day’, ‘evening’ and ‘night-time’ economies  ‘Safe City’ – welcoming to all, at all hours  Transportation & car parking  Strengthening links with education providers, University & College  BID Key Issues (2)
    • 7. John Harvey Contacts: e-mail – john.harvey@exeter.gov.uk Mobile – 07795 438 297 Twitter – www.twitter.com/exeterccm