Key city players join forces for the first time to create a better Exeter

Key city players join forces for the first time to create a better Exeter

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Exeter City Futures have reached a significant milestone on their journey to creating a more healthy, inclusive and sustainable City of Exeter as they announced that the Exeter College, the University of Exeter and Devon County Council have confirmed membership of its Community Interest Company (CIC) board alongside Exeter City Council and Global City Futures. 

This is an incredibly important step forward for collaboration across Exeter and the wider region, as this is the first time key organisations in the City have joined forces and committed to working together as a collaborative city in tackling Exeter City Futures 12 transformational goals. The goals include: Reducing the Dominance of Cars, Half of all journeys walked or cycled, Reliable Journeys and Resilient Roads and Clean Air for Exeter.
 
Liz O’Driscoll, programme director at Exeter City Futures, said: “We are thrilled to have some of the biggest employers in Exeter join us on this journey and become a member of the Exeter City Futures CIC.  We believe it is crucial that the heads of these key Exeter organisations come together in this formal way to demonstrate a city-wide commitment to creating a better Exeter.”

www.exetercityfutures.com

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