Vision launched by Cabinet

By newtown.wales

6 months ago

News Politics

Powys County Council's new Cabinet has launched their vision for the county at the 2022 Royal Welsh Show.

The Cabinet has introduced their vision to build a stronger, fairer, greener Powys.

A new document, which was launched at the show, outlines this alongside their pledges, priorities, desired outcomes and contact details and portfolios for all Cabinet members.

Cllr James Gibson-Watt, Leader of Powys County Council, said:

"Following the local government elections in May, a progressive partnership agreement was reached to allow a new administration to be formed to lead Powys County Council.

"This agreement provides a firm foundation that builds a stronger, fairer and greener future for Powys. We are now building on this to set clear objectives and a work programme to meet what we set out to achieve."

The vision document is available here. An alternative version is available at: Presentation of Our Vision for Powys

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