Presentation on theme: "4 Cities of Tomorrow : visions and models Contribution by Martin Eyres, City of Liverpool."— Presentation transcript:
4 Cities of Tomorrow : visions and models Contribution by Martin Eyres, City of Liverpool
Liverpool 2024 – a fifteen year strategic plan for Liverpool Strategic planning and the actors involved Published in 2009 following 17 months consultation Involves all main actors including: City Council Chamber of Commerce Business and Skills AgenciesUniversities Transport Authority Police Health Authority Environment Agency Residents Associations Housing Corporation Trade Union Congress Community and Voluntary Service Head Teachers Association Fire Service Cathedral and Arch Diocese Incorporates indicators and targets to measure progress Note: Separate strategic framework developed for city-region collaboration
Liverpool 2024 – an integrated approach Five drivers and twelve outcomes
Challenges to realising long term objectives of Liverpool 2024 Contact details Tel:00 44 151 225 3023 e-mail: email@example.com@liverpool.gov.uk Recession / financial climate Lack of fiscal or legislative powers at city level Low skill economy and workforce Long term inter-generational disengagement from labour market Weak (but developing) collaboration at city-region level Poor state of public finances in UK Ageing infrastructure particularly outside city centre Realise environmental and economic benefits of low carbon economy
GM Low Carbon Economic Area for the Built Environment Michael O’Doherty Assistant Director Housing Manchester CC _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.