Cheshire East Council's newest rural action plan has been approved – confirming plans to support the borough's rural areas to thrive.
At a meeting of Cheshire East Council's economy and growth committee this week, councillors agreed to approve and adopt the rural action plan 2022/23-2025/26, which provides a rural focus on the authority's existing strategies and plans.
It takes into account factors including the impact of changes due to the UK's withdrawal from the European Union, climate change policy, and the economic recovery from the pandemic, and reflects a number of strategic priorities.
Priorities addressed in the plan include digital connectivity, access, housing, rural places, and communities, planning for a green and sustainable place, the visitor economy and support for rural based businesses.
The rural action plan 2022/23-2025/26 can be downloaded by clicking here
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