The Cambridge and Peterborough Independent Economic Review (CPIER) Call for Responses.
The objective of the interim report, which offers the first and most complete independent review of the region, is to set out what the Commission considers to be the most important policy challenges facing Cambridgeshire and Peterborough in the future – laying the groundwork to inform a series of policy recommendations that will be made in the final report. It is also hoped that the analysis and recommendations contained within the interim report will stimulate further debate across the region and encourage individuals, businesses and other organisations to further contribute to the development of the final report, due for publication later this year.
The CPIEC is inviting interested parties to comment on the interim report. Any responses, views and supplementary evidence should be submitted to the Commission at firstname.lastname@example.org by 1700hrs on Friday 8th June. The key questions that require consideration can be found below.
Any responses, views and supplementary evidence should be submitted to the Commission by 1700hrs on Friday June 8th.
Key questions for consideration:
Where do I send my evidence?
Evidence should be submitted to the Commission at its email address which is email@example.com.
Is there a deadline for evidence to be submitted?
Yes. To be considered fully as part of the Review, your evidence needs to be submitted by 1700hrs on Friday 8th June 2018.
To whom is the call for responses directed?
The call is primarily (though not exclusively) directed towards business representatives, academics and policymakers including local councils as they play a key role in shaping the future of the region.
When submitting a response please say which of the key questions – 1-13 above you are responding to.
What will be done with my response?
All responses will be read and considered as part of the advice given to the Commission. Summaries of the responses will be made available to the Commission and used to help formulate the Commission’s final analysis and recommendations. Unless you request otherwise, the Commission will treat your response as being in the public domain and may quote from or reference it and/or may publish it on the Commission website.