Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Metro Mayor – Economy Hustings POSTPONED
On 6 May, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Region goes to the polls for the second time to choose a metro mayor with powers over transport, planning and skills. The elected metro mayor sets out and implements a strategic vision for the economy of the metro area, supporting people, firms and institutions.
As the campaign for the election gains momentum, Centre for Cities and the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce are hosting a hustings for candidates to set out their plans to respond to the pandemic and their recovery strategy for the region with particular reference to infrastructure, innovation and business.
Confirmed candidates in the mayoral elections:
- James Palmer, Conservative Party candidate (confirmed)
- Aidan Van de Weyer, Liberal Democrat Party candidate (confirmed)
- Nik Johnson, Labour Party candidate (confirmed)
The discussion will be chaired by Andrew Carter, Chief Executive of Centre for Cites.
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