CIoS response to the Industrial Strategy green paper
CIoS LEP would like to thank the people, organisations and businesses that contributed to the Industrial Strategy consultation process. The LEP will continue to work into the response as Government clarifies the Industrial Strategy, if you have any comments in the meantime you are more than welcome to email us: email@example.com
Please click on the icon to download CIoS response
Thank you to everyone who participated in the electronic survey, we hope to get the response from CIoS back to Government loaded to this page very soon.
You can still respond directly to the Industrial Survey until 17 April (now closed).
The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly (CIoS) LEP is leading our region’s response to the Government’s Industrial Strategy Green Paper which will drive Government support for business in the coming years.
Your thoughts are extremely important to ensure we respond concisely and accurately. This survey builds on the LEP’s recent round table events that people from both the public and private sector kindly gave up their time to attend.
Encouragingly, there was general consensus on the issues and opportunities CIoS faces (read the round table report here) but we now need to get into the finer detail so that when we feed back to Government we can present a true picture of what our priorities are, and how our region can support the delivery of the Industrial Strategy for the benefit of our and the UK’s economy.
The survey is nine questions long and aims to capture some specific issues we’d like more input on. There are also opportunities to share your opinions throughout if you have time. There is a section at the end for any final thoughts to ensure we have captured everything. The deadline for responses is 27th March.
I would like to personally thank you on behalf of the LEP Board for taking the time to complete this survey and we look forward to reading your responses.
CIoS LEP Chair
- Industrial Strategy Green Paper
- The Industrial Strategy ’10 pillars’
- The CIoS Strategic Economic Plan
- The Government website Industrial Strategy pages
**The industrial Strategy survey is now closed**
The round table feedback has now been collated into a report by PFA Research. We expect the electronic survey to be on social media and out via our newsletter w/c 13 March.
To read the report click on the image below:
Helping us develop a modern Industrial Strategy
The Government is developing a modern Industrial Strategy to build on our strengths and enable all parts of the country to succeed. Its aim is to help deliver a high wage, high skilled and competitive economy that works for all.
To ensure it becomes a reality the Government is asking for ideas and feedback and has published a green paper that sets out its vision, and the 10 pillars on which the Industrial Strategy is based. It wants to hear from every part of the country, every sector of industry and businesses of every size.
In Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, the LEP has been asked to co-ordinate the response from the business community.
We want to have a genuinely open and collaborative conversation about the skills, research, infrastructure and the other things we need to get right to drive long term economic growth and productivity in our area.
Workshop events and getting involved
The LEP organised a trio of round tables across CIoS in Pool, Launceston and St Austell. We would like to thank everyone who attended the sessions.
Watch a short video from the first of our round table business events at Pool Innovation Centre, and hear why it is so important that Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly help shape the Industrial Strategy.
How to respond directly
If you would like to respond directly to Government about the Industrial Strategy you can click here for full details.
Read our Blog
LEP Chief Executive Sandra Rothwell has written a blog about the Industrial Strategy. She outlines why it is a good opportunity to create a framework for long-term investment in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, aligned with the LEP’s Strategic Economic Plan.