On Monday 10th December, EDAS will be holding its second of three half-day discussion events on the topic of inclusive growth.
This event, on Local and Regional Inclusive Growth, will include a presentation on how inclusive growth can intersect with City and Region Growth Deals. This presentation will be delivered by David Waite of Policy Scotland and the University of Glasgow, and Professor Duncan Maclennan of the University of Glasgow. There will then be a presentation on the Preston model of local wealth-building, delivered by Derek Whyte, Assistant Chief Executive of Preston City Council. Preston was recently named the UK’s most improved City, and Mr Whyte will reflect on how their local wealth-building model contributed to this improvement. A final presentation will be delivered by Andy Milne, Chief Executive of SURF, Scotland’s Regeneration Forum. Andy will speak about SURF’s Alliance for Action and the work being done around inclusive development in Govan.
Following the presentations there will be some facilitated discussion sessions so that attendees can feed-in their own experiences, and to discuss any obstacles that might exist.
Please see below for the event agenda and details of how to book your free place!
Local & Regional Inclusive Growth
A Community of Practice Event
Pearce Institute, 840-860 Govan Rd, Glasgow, G51 3UU
10th December 2018
13:00 – 16:30
Agenda* subject to change
13:00 Arrival, networking and refreshments
13:20 Introduction by Ewan Mearns, EDAS Board Member
13:30 David Waite, Research Fellow, Policy Scotland and Urban Studies, University of Glasgow and Professor Duncan Maclennan, Public Policy, University of Glasgow
Inclusive Growth and the City & Region Growth Deals
13:50 Audience Q&A
14:05 Derek Whyte, Assistant Chief Executive, Preston City Council
The Preston Model of Local Wealth-building
14:25 Audience Q&A
14:40 Andy Milne, Chief Executive, SURF
Inclusive Growth in Govan: SURF and the Alliance for Action
15:00 Audience Q&A
15:15 Facilitated Discussion
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