City Centre Strategy Exeter Board Presentation - 31.01.2013

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  • City Centre Strategy Exeter Board Presentation - 31.01.2013

    1. 1. John Harvey City Centre ManagerCity Centre Strategy – 2013-2022Exeter Board – 31 January 2013
    2. 2. Where We’re At… Starting point for discussion/dialogue/debate – wide-ranging consultation exercise to be launched shortly… Timetable… No ‘absolutes’ in the draft document as it stands Iterative process… Strategy will be owned by the City Centre Management Partnership – widespread buy-in essential…
    3. 3. Context Last decade – period of major change, renewal & investment – 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…
    4. 4. Structure Introduction Strategy Purpose  Timetable for change…  Positive case for inward investment…  Clear aims & objectives for City Centre Management Partnership & its partners…  Clarity on partner and lead agency responsibilities… Action Plan
    5. 5. Consultation Engaging a wide range of stakeholders Ideas… Imagination… What’s the perspective of our visitors… …our shoppers …our workers and colleagues What sort of City Centre do we want? There’s no problem with work streams that are ‘uncomfortable’ & challenging…
    6. 6. Some Key Issues… First impressions… Moving-on from a focus on the day-time and retail economy… ‘Extending the day’… Connecting ‘day’ & ‘evening’ economies… ‘Safe City’… Welcoming to all… …at all hours Positioning to meet the challenges of e- commerce & m-commerce… Role for business… Maintaining the momentum of change, renewal & investment…
    7. 7. John Harvey Contacts:e-mail – john.harvey@exeter.gov.ukMobile – 07795 438 297Twitter – www.twitter.com/exeterccm

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