A new vision for how Warrington and Cheshire can recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and develop a fairer, greener economy that provides lasting benefits has been revealed.
The three local authorities in the region and the Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) have committed to a vision of building a better future after the disruption caused this year, where businesses and communities see improvements in four key areas – economic growth, health, sustainability and inclusivity.
As a first step, a new Sustainable and Inclusive Growth Commission has launched.
This will act as a catalyst for, and provide advice on, the overall delivery of the vision. It will be chaired by Sam Corcoran, leader of Cheshire East, and Robert Davis, chief executive of EA Technology.
The steering group will also bring together a range of views from the public, private, and third sector.