Rotherham Plan 2025 launched with aims that “will change lives”
SPEAKERS spelled out a positive future for the borough at the launch of the Rotherham Plan 2025.
Figures from the public, private and voluntary sectors detailed achievements and aims at an event at New York Stadium on Wednesday (29).
The 28-page plan sets out five themes — called “game changers” — to focus on to make the borough a better place to live, work, study, visit and invest.
These priorities are the town centre, building stronger communities, skills and employment, integrated health and social care and “a place to be proud of”.
Partnership chairman Cllr Chris Read, leader of Rotherham Borough Council, said a past flaw had been “keeping our heads down too much”.
Future plans for Rotherham to be discussed
FUTURE plans for the borough will be discussed this afternoon (Wednesday) at the launch of the Rotherham Plan 2025.
Senior leaders will gather at New York Stadium from 2pm to talk about efforts to improve life in the town.
The event has been organised by the Rotherham Together Partnership, which incudes the council, police, fire and rescue, health services, colleges, businesses and charities.
Read/download a copy of the report: http://moderngov.rotherham.gov.uk/documents/s110295/Appendix%20-%20Rotherham%20Plan%202025.pdf