Future of Coventry and Warwickshire economy to be focus of free ‘Question Time’ debate

ConsultationHave your say today – Monday 1st July 2013 at 7pm, and hear from a top panel of politicians, academics and journalists at Central Methodist Hall.

A free “Question Time” public debate open to all today seeks your views on how Coventry and Warwickshire can best grow its economy and create jobs – while protecting services.

Local people are invited to come along and raise concerns with a top panel of politicians, academics and journalists.

No issue is off limits – whether your concerns are about high youth unemployment; NHS and hospital waiting times; services for the elderly and vulnerable amid more government and council cuts; a Living Wage, or social housing and planning housing developments.

Other issues include major job-creation schemes such as the Friargate office scheme near Coventry station, the controversial Gateway project around Coventry Airport, or the problems surrounding Coventry City Football Club and the Ricoh Arena – a project intended to create jobs in disadvantaged north-east Coventry.

The event takes place today, Monday 1st July 2013, at Central Methodist Hall, Warwick Lane, Coventry city centre, CV1 2HA, starting at 7pm.

More information can be found here.


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