All too often economic growth has relied on the private sector to provide investment. This state scheme will hopefully put the ownership of decision making back into the hands of the communities and small independent business that notoriously have felt left out of bureaucratic and private industry conversations that happen behind closed doors.
For me personally, economic growth in this neoliberal climate we live in primarily focuses on the instant or short term gains that benefit those that have invested. Inevitably those with wealth are those that succeed.
This scheme will hopefully benefit the communities and small business that it seeks to engage with.
For Ipswich, the scheme should focus on the legitimate long term sustainability policies and infrastructure.
The intergeneration are those that should benefit. Not us today, but for those who can look back and respect and profit from our decisions.
Education for young people, outside of the standard curriculum, should be the
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