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Newport Regeneration Partnership met at Harper Adams University recently and agreed an updated Constitution which is fit for purpose as the members work with Telford & Wrekin Council, Harper Adams University, Newport Town Council and all partners, for the benefit of Newport and the surrounding rural areas.
The new document has enabled the Partnership to appoint a new Senior Team, this is headed by Eric Carter as the President, with Stephen Bentley as Chairman and Bill Harper and David Griffin, elected as Vice Chairmen. The new Constitution will also enable more organisations, groups, businesses and authorities to join the partnership.
The Partnership will meet regularly to ensure a good working relationship and to offer support, ideas and concerns (where necessary) to officers and the developers as they work towards the Innovative Ni Park development off the A518 in Newport.
There was a good attendance, with 18 partner organisations represented, and a strong will and commitment to working together for the Town and surrounding Parishes.
Officers of Telford & Wrekin Council attended to update members of the strategy and infrastructure for the development that will see Agri-Tech businesses move to the new site in the coming years, offering high quality jobs, bringing innovative ideas and supporting the area with extensive new ideas and ground-breaking initiatives.
Stephen Bentley, said “Newport Regeneration Partnership has been working with and for its partners for over 30 years and is looking forward to a bright future for Newport and the surrounding areas, bringing new jobs, innovative ideas and supporting businesses, the local authority and Harper Adams University as they strive to put Edgmond, Newport, Telford & Shropshire at the fore-front of Agri-Tech initiatives”

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