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Herefordshire Vision 2020

  1. 1. Friday 2 March 2012
  2. 2. SO THAT YOU KNOW...• This conference was organised by volunteers working under the Herefordshire 20/20 banner• Herefordshire 20/20 seeks to secure social and economic benefits for the citizens of Herefordshire; it is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee• This event has not received any public or private funding• We are grateful to Herefordshire Council, Herefordshire Business Board and Visit Herefordshire for their input to the content of this conference
  3. 3. A Vision for the CountyTo take advantage of the freedoms and responsibilitiesprovided by the new Localism Act, a new frame work is needed for the county within which all can operate. This half-day conference launches a nine month programme to define what living, working or visitingHerefordshire could be like in 2020. Delegates will seek to identify some of the blockages and restraints that need to be removed to enable a vision to be realised.
  4. 4. CLLR JOHN JARVIS Leader Herefordshire Council A PERSONAL VISION FORHEREFORDSHIRE
  5. 5. TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT:http://vimeo.com/37958926
  6. 6. Anthea McIntyre MEP introducesRt Hon Eric Pickles MP Minister of State for Local Government & Communities The Community of the Future ....
  7. 7. Bill Wiggin MPQUESTION North Herefordshire Moderated S To Eric Pickles
  8. 8. Anthea McIntyre MEP Every journey has a starting point...Let’s remind ourselves of the keymetrics for the county in 2011/12
  9. 9. The young and talented go elsewhere9 Population 2010: The Missing England & Wales Generation vs HerefordshireSources:Population Unit, ONS.Crown Copyright.Herefordshire CouncilResearch Team 2010
  10. 10. 10 THE CHALLENGES • Average wages <£20k £6k below England average • Shortage of well paid jobs • House prices 8 x average earnings – England = 6x • Traffic congestion • Inadequate broadband and public transport • Lack of inward investment • Underfunding of rural areas • Spending constraints on public purse • 70 percent retail spend is outside county
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  12. 12. Neil Kerr Chairman Herefordshire Business Board Marches LEPImagine ...
  13. 13. It’s March 2nd 2020You are thinking of relocating your business and your family to the county. You have a checklist of key social and economic factors that will inform your decision. You have come to the county to see for yourself and meet the key players. Your checklist covers: ECONOMY & INFRASTRUCTURE, FOOD & ENERGY, EDUCATION & SKILLS, HEALTH & WELLBEING AND ENVIRONMENT & LEISURE
  14. 14. Economic Cllr Roger Phillips Development & InfrastructureCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  15. 15. 15 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT • 5,000 new jobs • Better Jobs • Enterprise county  More employment land  Supported business growth  Self employed & rural entrepreneurshipCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  16. 16. Roger Phillips introduced two video clips:16 1. RURAL ECONOMY – with Jo Hilditch, Chair Hererfordshire Country, Land & Business Association 2. BROADBAND - Cllr Graham Powell who in 2012 was Herefordshire Council cabinet member responsible for broadbandCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  17. 17. TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT:http://vimeo.com/37938350
  18. 18. TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT:http://vimeo.com/37938350
  19. 19. Roger Phillips introduced a video clip on19 transport infrastructure with: Cllr Adrian Blackshaw Herefordshire Council Cabinet Member responsible for Highways, Transportation & SustainabilityCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  20. 20. TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT:http://vimeo.com/37967810
  21. 21. 21 POPULATION GROWTH • 12,000 more people • Needed 8,000 new homes • Mix of:  Small age related homes  Affordable homesCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  22. 22. Roger Phillips introduced two video clips on:22 1. HOUSING– with Peter Brown, CEO, Herefordshire Housing 2. CITY REGENERATION – Jonathan Bretherton, CEO Hereford FuturesCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  23. 23. TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT:http://vimeo.com/38010398
  24. 24. TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT:http://vimeo.com/38040213
  25. 25. 25 ENTERPRISING COUNTY Three Pillars of Sustainability: • Economy • Community • EnvironmentCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  26. 26. Energy Food & Rob Garner SustainabilityRob GarnerChairman Herefordshire Environment Partnership
  27. 27. 27 • Low Carbon Herefordshire • Towards Zero Waste • Transformed Transport • Food, Farming & WaterRob GarnerChairman Herefordshire Environment Partnership
  28. 28. Rob Garner introduced a video clip on County28 Food & Farming Strategy: David Curtis, member Herefordshire Food & Farming PartnershipCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  29. 29. TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT:http://vimeo.com/38010669
  30. 30. 30 • Low Carbon Herefordshire • Towards Zero Waste • Transformed Transport • Food, Farming & Water • Green Efficient BusinessRob GarnerChairman Herefordshire Environment Partnership
  31. 31. 31 Neil Kerr introduced video clip of: Philip Price Cabinet Member for Education and responsible for the County’s Education Strategy in 2012
  32. 32. 32 TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT: http://vimeo.com/37968372
  33. 33. Education Nigel Griffiths & SkillsNigel GriffithsHead Teacher John Kyrle High School
  34. 34. Education in 2020 High Performing Schools Improving Life Chances of Children & Young People Reforms Aligned with the wider Herefordshire AgendaNigel GriffithsHead Teacher John Kyrle High School
  35. 35. Every Young Person Achieves • An initial focus, always, upon the most vulnerable. • A mantra of “Happy, Healthy, Successful” • A focus upon key outcomes, skills and attitudes required for Active 21st Century Citizens. • Schools, Colleges and Businesses work together allowing seamless transition to High School, Further & Higher Education and Employment.Nigel GriffithsHead Teacher John Kyrle High School
  36. 36. Nigel Griffiths introduced a video clip on37 Further & Higher Education: Ian Peake, Principal, & CEO Herefordshire College of TechnologyCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  37. 37. 38 TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT: http://vimeo.com/38040919
  38. 38. Aspirations, Access and Achievement • A County whose schools and their leaders are developing both national and international profiles because of their expertise and impact. • Relentless drive for positive change, partnerships and improvement. • A focus upon attitudes, ambitions, transferrable skills and traditional values.Nigel GriffithsHead Teacher John Kyrle High School
  39. 39. School-to-School Support • Every Child Achieves with schools being held to account for others’ results. • Leadership and Governance for the benefit of learners: collaboration not competition. • System-Wide Reform: – “Incrementalism is the Death of Innovation” Nicholas Negroponte - MITNigel GriffithsHead Teacher John Kyrle High School
  40. 40. Dr Health & Sarah Aitken WellbeingDr Sarah AitkenInterim Director Public Health
  41. 41. 42 HEALTHY WORK FORCE • Working longer must be healthier longer • Identify the at risk groups • Through health checks pick up problems earlier • People retiring in their later sixties in good healthDr Sarah AitkenInterim Director Public Health
  42. 42. 43 HEALTH & WELLBEING • Healthy independent living • Living on own longer enjoying active community life • People taking personal responsibility for themselvesDr Sarah AitkenInterim Director Public Health
  43. 43. Sarah Aitken introduced a video clip on Well44 Being & Social care: Cllr Patricia Morgan, in 2012 Cabinet Member for Social care & Well BeingCllr Roger PhillipsCabinet Member for Economic Development
  44. 44. 45 TO VIEW VIDEO VISIT: http://vimeo.com/37975863
  45. 45. 46 GOOD NHS SERVICES • Countywide network of high quality GP services • Good access to dental services • Access to safe good quality hospital careDr Sarah AitkenInterim Director Public Health
  46. 46. Leisure Sir Ben Gill & TourismSir Ben GillChairman, Visit Herefordshire
  47. 47. 48 • The Restoration of Hereford City and the development of large Business Class hotels • National recognition of the area as the leading area for festivals in the UK • Use of the River Wye to maximum advantage for allSir Ben GillChairman, Visit Herefordshire
  48. 48. A big Thank Youto the Rural Media Company for preparing all the video clips
  49. 49. COFFEE
  50. 50. Questions & Discussion Rt Reverend Cllr Anthony John Jarvis Priddis Leader Bishop of Hereford Herefordshire Council Cllr Chris Bull Jo Newton Neil Kerr Chief Executive Philip Price Chair, West Mercia Cluster Chairman, HerefordshireHerefordshire Council Deputy Leader PCTs Business Board, Marches LEP Herefordshire Council Session moderated by Sir Ben Gill Chairman, Visit Herefordshire
  51. 51. Jesse Norman MP Hereford & South Herefordshire
  52. 52. For more visit: www.herefordshire2020.com

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