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Business people and members of the public can have their say in the Big Debate in regards to the idea of devolving powers to Greater Lincolnshire.

Two events organised from the Greater Lincolnshire LEP in a few days, in Brigg and Grantham, enables people throughout Greater Lincolnshire to know the arguments and then make up their unique mind in regards to the prospect of devolution.

“Greater Lincolnshire is preparing to manage their own destiny and has now negotiated the devolution of powers and funding with Government to do this,” said Ursula Lidbetter MBE, Chair with the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership.

“This would demand introduction of a combined authority headed by the directly elected mayor. Our plans are ambitious, to further improve our economy by 8 billion, build 100,000 homes that will create 29,000 jobs.

“These two debates are an opportunity for customers to discover what devolution path for them and in what ways it is going to work.”

Both events will use a devolution briefing as well as a panel of politicians and business leaders who’ll debate devolution, how it operates, what powers Greater Lincolnshire could have, precisely what it’s going to mean for folks and businesses in the area.

There is likewise a chance for those taking care of feed in to the consultation around the scheme for a Mayoral Combined Authority for Greater Lincolnshire.

Throughout 2016, the Greater Lincolnshire LEP is staging a series of Big Debates about key issues. The main was really a discussion from the Midlands Engine in Lincoln in May and a lot more debates will probably be held later throughout the year, specializing in topics for example the agri-food sector.

The first will need put on 6th July, as well as the second will probably be held on 19th July.

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