Economic Policy for Grass Roots.

Localism: would best occure with ‘clear and precise corporate objective’ where economic policies sustain the social and not the reverse.
People’s historic links with Place, skills and resources in Landscape provides that clear objective with skill training and local resources.

Community must raise income from assets to include leased workplaces to regenrate Landscape Identity, confidence and footfall.

Fundamental rural Landscape issues is the focus of objective for regeneration where cultural differences in vernacular provide the stimulation to attract growth and local confidence.

Community’s ready to accept an economic balance with social needs
will achieve both!

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