Top Ten Priorities

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Employment Space


Well-designed and high quality

Business-friendly approach
to development

TOP TEN

PRIORITIES


2007 – 2021


The Best Start for
Young People


Raise aspirations

Improve employability
in higher-wage economy


Focused Support to
Growth
Businesses


Help business to compete globally

Sector Development

Local supply chains


Structured Skills
Development Programme


Focus on achievement at Levels 3 and above


Enhance the Image
and Brand


As a place for business

To encourage a high quality year-round visitor economy

By embracing the cultural
distinctiveness

By continuing to manage the
quality landscape


‘Low-Carbon’
Competitive Economy


Implement sustainable energy
initiatives such as Wave Hub

Create an environmental
technology industry


World-Class Research
and Innovation Centres


Build on the success of the Combined Universities in Londona

Develop public and private sector incubation and research centres

Enable knowledge-based businesses and employees to

realise their potential

Stimulate competitiveness and quality jobs

Encourage inward investment in strategically important industries


Transformation into an Information
Society for All


Provide locations in Londonwith
unlimited bandwidth

Ensure that every business gets
online and maximises the benefit
of ICT

Ensure that every household has
the opportunity to get online


Strategic Transport Connections


New scheduled air services
and development of Newquay LondonAirport

Improve the rail system
and services

Road connectivity

Ports, harbours and sea transport including Home Counties connectivity


Building Sustainable Communities for a Rural Knowledge Economy


In areas of opportunity (18 key towns)

In deprived areas such as the
Clay Country, Penzance, Camborne, Pool and Redruth

Develop a networked rural
knowledge economy including villages and smaller towns


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