• Online meeting with John Evoy, general manager of Grow Remote, to discuss the implications of the population allocations and housing projections within the National Planning Framework and Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy on the capacity for remote work to deliver on rural regeneration. Both those documents are overarching principles we must be mindful of when making our own county development plan and as they were created before Covid there is a real danger our CDP will be restricted in its capacity to reap the rewards provided by the growth in remote work
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