Tell us what you think about our draft Economic Strategy for 2022-30

Closes 30 Sep 2022

Contents

Our new economic strategy contains 10 challenges, separated by theme, each with a corresponding mission and set of objectives. These are summarised behind the links below. 

For further information, you are signposted from the summary to the relevant section in the strategy.

At the end of the survey you will also have the opportunity to provide us with any further comments you might have on the strategy.

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A fairer economy - Challenge 1: Opportunity and growth remain highly concentrated, with disadvantage nearby.
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A fairer economy - Challenge 2: Much of Southwark’s economy is owned and operated remotely, meaning money flows out of our communities instead of building wealth locally.
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A fairer economy - Challenge 3: Low-waged, insecure work and high living costs means incomes are precarious for many and poverty persists both in and out of work, reinforcing longstanding inequalities.
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A fairer economy - Challenge 4: Young people are seizing opportunities despite difficult circumstances, but some are at risk of being left behind
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A greener economy - Challenge 5: The green economy offers new opportunities, but work is needed to ensure a just and fair transition.
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A greener economy - Challenge 6: Southwark’s businesses and residents face risks from climate change, while businesses need more support to reduce emissions.
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A more resilient economy - Challenge 7: Brexit and Covid-19 are changing the shape of Southwark’s population with implications for jobs and businesses, while exacerbating long-term labour market challenges.
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A more resilient economy - Challenge 8: The foundational economy is essential for local livelihoods and services, but can often be overlooked, while jobs can be insecure and low paid.
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A more resilient economy - Challenge 9: Access to community, services and support is difficult for some, with serious impacts on wellbeing.
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A more resilient economy - Challenge 10: High Streets continue to change, with local town centres resilient while the CAZ struggles
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Further comments
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