Newport Regeneration Partnership is committed to continuing its work to represent Newport and the local community especially as we work towards the Newport Innovation Park.

The Partnership has, over many years, led the way and has built up a successful relationship with its partners and has delivered on a number of successful projects.

Members remain proud of this exciting project, not only for Newport and the surrounding areas, but for Telford & Wrekin and for Shropshire and we are confident that our continued efforts to secure the right type of jobs are important. We have appreciated the support of MPs, Ministers and MEPs, many of which have visited the site, and together we have driven our objectives which will see Agri-Tech and Scientific employment on the new site.

Harper Adams University and Telford & Wrekin Council representatives have attended our meetings since 2013, which has demonstrated the effectiveness of the Newport Regeneration Partnership. This was recognised by the Leader of Telford & Wrekin Council in his press release, which acknowledged the enormous amount of work undertaken by the Partnership and our partners so far.

Our partners come from a variety of organizations, everyone has been welcomed and has played an important role in the progress made to date. We are grateful to Newport Town Council and the surrounding Parishes, Newport Town Team, the Civic Society and many more, for their commitment and dedication and we will be sharing this with the Project Information Group when it meets early in September.

Councillor Eric Carter, Chairman of Newport Regeneration Partnership said “Our Masterplan for Audley Avenue remains our focus for the site and we, with our Partners, will strive to bring this forward. It is a very exciting time for Newport, and for our Communities and for Telford & Wrekin.”

Issued on behalf of Councillor Eric Carter, Chairman

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