Tay Cities Deal

Published

30th August 2016

The bid to secure a City Deal is led by a strategic partnership of the Leaders and Chief Executives of the four local authorities that deliver services across the Tay Cities region.

Angus, Dundee City, Fife and Perth & Kinross Councils will work together with Community Planning Partners to achieve this. They will not succeed without the support and guidance of private sector businesses and voluntary sector organisations across the region.

The shared vision:

\"We will create a region where fair business growth, social inclusion and skills development is at the heart of everything we do. Our vision is to become a cohesive region of knowledge with a culture of creativity within Scotland and the UK. By focusing on the skills, knowledge and expertise of our people, we can boost innovation, economic growth and productivity within our region.\"

Project proposals

If you\'ve got a great project idea to help grow our economy proposals for projects are now being accepted. Please read the  Tay Cities Deal overview and guidance notes for stage 1 project proposals before completing the project proposal form.

Follow @taycities on Twitter for updates and more information, or email taycitiesdeal@dundeecity.gov.uk 

original source: http://www.pkc.gov.uk/taycitiesdeal

DACC is organising a lunch in September to update businesses on progress so far, and how they can get involved - details below:


DACC High Noon Lunch, 14 September 2016 at Carnoustie, 11.30am for 12noon start

Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce is delighted to be organising the High Noon Lunch during Angus Business Week, to hear from several key speakers, including Nik Scott-Gray, CEO of Montrose Port and also Lord Andrew Dunlop, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Scotland, who will update us on progress so far with the Tay Cities Deal. The lunch will be followed by a interactive workshop session to allow businesses to hear the detail of projects proposed so far, and the themes that the will underpin the City Deal.

It is vitally important that businesses understand what the programme will mean for our region, and how they can get involved to make a real impact. 

Tables of 10 are available for £350 plus VAT or individual tickets are available for Members - £25 plus VAT, Non-Members - £40 plus VAT.

Programme:

11.30am          Registration & networking

12.00pm         Sponsors Welcome followed by two-course lunch

1.15pm           Speakers followed by Q&A

2.30pm           Break before optional workshop sessions

2.45pm           Business Engagement Tay Cities Deal workshops (optional)

4.15pm           Workshops close

The lunch will be followed by an optional session for those who have attended the event to stay on and take part in Business Engagement Sessions on the Tay Cities Deal. This session will be facilitated by key senior officers from the team responsible for delivering the project plans for the city deal. After hearing about the proposals, themes, and planned projects, the team would very much welcome feedback from businesses on how they feel the projects will impact on our region, how businesses can get involved, and give suggestions for additional activity or connect the plans in with projects that businesses have in the pipeline which will add value to the City Deal itself.

This will be a great opportunity for the business community to learn how they can connect to the Tay Cities Deal, and how the plans will be enhanced and have added value from being better connected with business. We\'d very much appreciate your support in attending this session as business opinion is vital to the long-term sustainability and economic growth of our region.

http://www.dundeeandanguschamber.co.uk/events/High-Noon-Lunch_2851.html

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