West of England Strategy Discussion Paper - Public engagement

Closed 27 Sep 2017

Opened 26 Jul 2017


Economic growth that benefits every resident is at the core of the West of England strategy discussion paper. Our vision is for all residents to benefit from more job opportunities, a stronger economy and higher quality of life.

The West of England Combined Authority and Local Enterprise Partnership are joint authors of this strategy discussion paper, developed in partnership with constituent councils, businesses, the universities and others.  

The aim is that we develop a strategy that will be owned by everyone, allowing us to present a joined-up voice to government and promote the region nationally and internationally.

The West of England Combined Authority covers Bath & North East Somerset, Bristol and South Gloucestershire and supports the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and Joint Committee, which includes North Somerset.

The strategy discussion paper sets out high-level plans for delivering economic growth for all, under three pillars:

  • Businesses that succeed
  • World class skills for employment
  • Infrastructure fit for the future

The West of England strategy discussion paper has details about the proposed vision and strategy.

We want businesses, organisations and others to engage with this strategy and give us their views on how we can improve it to ensure we can drive economic growth and improve the quality of life for all.

Give us your views

This survey is open for nine weeks, and ends on 27 September 2017.

If you have a disability or particular access needs, you can request alternative formats by contacting the Consultation Team on info@westofengland-ca.org.uk or by calling 0117 9223751

What happens next

All responses will be analysed and your feedback, along with the views of other local groups and partners, will be taken in to consideration in developing a final strategy to be published in the autumn. This will be used to inform more detailed plans and priorities for the region, including the West of England Combined Authority, Local Enterprise Partnership and Joint Committee.


  • All Areas


  • All residents


  • Citizens satisfaction