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Caithness & North Sutherland Regeneration P'ship Update 22 Nov 2010

30th November 2010

Week commencing 22nd November

This week's main focus has been finalising a draft of the delivery programme that describes how the partners will achieve the aims set out in our 2011-2014 Action Plan. In developing this draft programme I have been working with collegues from HIE in particular. The Action Plan will be submitted to the CNSRP Executive Board at its meeting next week, and I hope to have a draft delivery programme available at that meeting.

I have also been preparing papers for next week's Executive Board meeting. On the Agenda is a look at what has been achieved during the 2007-2010 Action Plan period, as well as reviewing the projections for the 2011-2014 Plan.

This week I also met with colleagues from DSRL who are developing a Supply Chain event to be held in December. Myself and Trudy Morris from Caithness Chamber of Commerce fed in comments on the event - we both welcomed it as a very positive chance for local businesses to hear updates on forthcoming opportunities, and also to meet key personnel such as DSRL's new Head of Commercial department, Joe Kane.

This and all my previous updates are also available to view on the Partnership's Blog at http://blog.cnsrp.org.uk/

From
Eann Sinclair
CNSRP Programme Manager

 

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