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NEWS AND MEDIA
CCP HOLDS ITS SECOND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
16 Jun 2009
The CCP invited all its members to its second annual AGM and the launch of its new website and interactive member forum
This has been a year of continued transition and growth for the City Centre Partnership and there have been several new figures join the CCP Executive.
We would like to welcome Andrew Dernie (Aviva), Davina Tanner (Chapelfield) and Tim Sims (Marks & Spencer's), who have all had a marked impression on the CCP in their new involvement and have been advocates of business involvement in the city centre.
It is with sad regret that we saw one of our strongest supporters, Kevin Smith of X-Leisure, pass away this year and our thoughts remain with his family.
We hope to see the CCP go from strength to strength over the next year and with our Action Plan 2009/10, we have mapped out our route to success. There will be several new interesting projects and developments within the next year with the launch of the CCP website and communication system and the completion of the Early Evening Economy project; these will continue to ensure that Norwich City Centre remains strong despite the current economic pressures and that it leads the way in regional and national standards.
There are always obstacles to overcome in any partnership working, but the CCP is an excellent example of how our unified approach and desire to create a vibrant and thriving city centre have positively impacted on Norwich. The CCP looks forward to developing and driving all the diverse and challenging projects in 2009/10.
"City Centre Management is critical in building successful city centres. Businesses recognise improving the quality of the public realm is synonymous with delivering a better, more popular and more profitable trading environment. Property owners know that a better trading environment enhances the status of town centres and the demand for property. Transport Providers find that more attractive, accessible town centres strengthen our most efficient transport hubs and increases demand for modern transport systems. In fact all stakeholders benefit from a buzzing city centre. City centre management is the key to getting joined up action."
MARTIN BLACKWELL, Development Director, Association of Town Centre Management