‘Cut commuter times and develop an industrial strategy for Sheffield’ - CBI boss Drechsler

Cutting transport times between the cities such as Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester would spark a “quiet revolution” for the north of England’s prospects, one of the country’s leader business leaders has claimed.
Mr Drechsler will also call for a “strategic, long-term industrial strategy” to be created for Sheffield in order to capitalise on the city’s position as a world leader in advanced manufacturing.
On the eve of the closing of polls in this year’s general election, Mr Drechsler will deliver a speech to the CBI’s Yorkshire and Humber’s inaugural Sheffield dinner, to be held at... read more

 
8 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 37
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