Our Newcastle recovery
City developing a shared vision for recovery
Residents, industry experts, businesses and community groups will work together on Newcastle’s plans for economic recovery. They will be part of a shared vision for the future that will shape the city as a place to live, work and do business.
On behalf of the city and together with a broad range of stakeholders, Newcastle City Council will create a ten-year plan, which will look to reinvent and accelerate their ambitions for an inclusive, green, and prosperous economy.
Throughout March until the end of May and working in partnership with NewcastleGateshead Initiative (NGI) the council will embark on an extensive engagement process, to gather insight on how best to recover, build new partnerships and identify projects and opportunities for collaboration. This builds on previous dialogue with the city’s public and private sector businesses, with intelligence and insight informing a development of a plan that will take the city forward to 2030.
Led by NGI, a series of stakeholder workshops will facilitate discussions around key themes, challenges, and ambitions for the future. As part of this process, and to make sure everyone’s voice is heard, all residents can give their views online and participate in virtual citizen panels.
This ten-year vision for recovery, will set out how the city will support the wellbeing of their people and communities, drive innovation and create jobs, continue to transform the city centre and neighbourhoods, and invest in infrastructure to meet future needs. All underpinned by a commitment to net- zero and creating more inclusive and equal society.
If you are a resident in Newcastle and want to have your say visit www.newcastlegateshead.com/haveyoursay