The IED is delighted to act as Secretariat for the APPG. Reports arising from meetings of the APPG together with experts’ presentations and photographs can be accessed on the right.
The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Economic Development was launched on 11th March by the following MPs:
Chair - Andrea Jenkyns
Vice Chair - Martin Vickers
Vice Chair - Dr. Rupa Huq
Vice Chair - Jack Brereton
Vice Chair - Paul Scully
IED members are warmly invited to participate in the work of the APPG and to attend its working sessions. If you would like to attend any of the upcoming meetings, please email APPG@ied.co.uk at least three weeks in advance of the scheduled date. All meetings are held in the Houses of Parliament and take place between 5-6.30pm. The format of the meetings are presentations from selected expert speakers, followed by a discussion/Q&A session.
Follow the APPG on Twitter (via the IED account @theIED) to keep up to date with planned discussion topics and latest news. Use the hashtag #APPGIED to follow the latest news.
11 September 2019 – Future of our High Streets
The second meeting of the APPG on this topic will be held from 5-6.30pm, when we will hear from Graham Wilson OBE, Chief Executive of the National Association of British Market Authorities, and Ben Houchen, Mayor of the Tees Valley Combined Authorities (TBC). If you would like to attend, please email APPG@ied.co.uk.
6 November 2019 - Spotlight on the Future of Seaside Towns
If you would like to give practical expert evidence on how the challenges of our coastal communities can be successfully overcome, please email email@example.com, and if you would like to attend, please email APPG@ied.co.uk
21 January 2020 - Addressing the Productivity Gap
To kickstart our series of sessions on Productivity we are delighted that Professor Philip McCann will be speaking. An expert on Productivity and regional imbalances, Professor McCann holds the Chair in Urban and Regional Economics in Sheffield University Management School, and is also the Tagliaferri Research Fellow in the Department of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge.
If you would like to give practical expert evidence to our planned meetings on how UK productivity can be increased and regional imbalances overcome, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and if you would like to attend, please email APPG@ied.co.uk
APPG June 2019 - Future of our town centres
Please click here to read the report and good practice recommendations from this APPG session.
At this session, we had two expert speakers:
APPG Launch - March 2019
Please click here to read APPG Chair Andrea Jenkyn’s welcome speech.