Economic Recovery Task Force – our priorities and business engagement

On Thursday 21st January, Tracey Crews, Director of Planning, Place and Growth at Cheltenham Borough Council brought us an important update on the Task Force’s strategy for Cheltenham’s recovery including.

  • The key trends driving the strategy
  • Being Swift, Bold and Brave – how we will inspire Cheltenham’s reinvention
  • The key priorities, including: the town centre, making us the UK’s Cyber Capital, the visitor economy, inward investment and a commitment to green growth
  • How businesses can participate in and benefit from this exciting vision.

If you missed the talk, you can read the published strategy at


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