Lincolnshire’s rural economy – conference literature 1st March 2016

Here is the Programme for our Conference in Sleaford on March 1st.

..and here are the talks (below) and Q&A transcript from the day, in the order in which we heard them:

Introduction by Conference Chair 
Written by Rob Murfin, Head of Planning Services, Derbyshire County Council
Presented (in his absence) by Ian Biddulph, Chairman of CPRE East Midlands regional group

Overview of Lincolnshire rural economy
Gary Bosworth, Leader of the Rural & Regional Research Group, University of Lincoln Business School

North Kesteven’s rural economy
Jeffery Kenyon, Principal Economic Development Officer, North Kesteven District Council

The Future of Food and Farming in Lincolnshire
Mike Greetham, Chief Executive, British Institute of Agricultural Consultants

Question & Answer Session – notes to follow

The Government’s Ten Point Plan for Rural Productivity
Alastair Paton, Head of Rural Productivity Team, DEFRA

Greater Lincolnshire LEP Rural Strategy and Food Enterprise Zones
Jon Burgess, Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnershire

Norfolk Rural Development Strategy
Eliska Cheeseman, Programme Manager, Norfolk County Council

Question & Answer Session – notes to follow

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