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Welsh Affairs Committee
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The Welsh Affairs Committee is launching an inquiry into the effectiveness of the current Growth and City Deals for Wales, and the potential for similar funding to be granted to Mid Wales. The Committee will examine the current level and structure of funding through these deals, and examine proposals for further funding to support economic growth throughout Wales.
Evidence given by i) Professor Mark Barry, Professor of Practice in Connectivity, Cardiff University, Andrew Carter, Chief Executive, Centre for Cities, and Robin Davis, Director, Actica Consulting; Eifion Evans, Chief Executive, Ceredigion County Council, Councillor Ellen ap Gwynn, Chair, Growing Mid Wales Partnership, Councillor Rosemarie Harris, Vice-Chair, Growing Mid Wales Partnership, and Nigel Brinn, Corporate Director, Economy and Environment, Powys County Council (at 3.00pm) (with simultaneous interpretation); ii) Nick Miller, Founder and Chair, Blurrt Ltd (at 4.00pm).
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Committee takes evidence from experts on best practices, and progress on the proposal for the mid-Wales growth deal.