Join us for a dynamic discussion on the importance of infrastructure investment in driving economic growth in Guernsey. This event will bring together experts from various sectors to share their insights on how infrastructure development can create jobs, attract investment, and improve the overall quality of life for Guernsey’s residents.
Government have recently voted to create the Development Agency, which aims to become the coordinating authority for the integrated development and enhancement of the island’s east coast. It will act as a bridge between various political committees and public service departments, to enable the delivery of complex projects which will contribute to the island’s future economic and social success.
Deputy Lindsay de Sausmarez, President of Environment and Infrastructure will open the session by setting the scene and providing an overview of the Governments current position. Following this, Chamber representative Rupert Dorey will lead the panel discussion and Q&A session that will delve into topics such as the current state of Guernsey’s infrastructure, the impact of infrastructure investment on economic growth, and the role of public-private partnerships in funding infrastructure projects.
Our infrastructure is the lifeblood of our island, and this event will be of key interest for business leaders, policymakers and anyone interested in shaping the future of Guernsey’s economy.
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