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Heritage: 21st century ambition for Britain’s quietest county - Shared screen with speaker view
Robert Phillips
47:25
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Robert Phillips
57:28
Please let us know if you would like a link to the recording of yesterday’s opening session
Robert Phillips
58:30
How can “culture” and “heritage” help build an inclusive future economy?
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
01:05:00
Thank you James Alexander for such a powerful appeal to the imagination.
Robert Phillips
01:06:38
Totally :-) One of the challenges we have is how do we channel the imagination into action? Who leads and how?
Robert Phillips
01:09:31
Giving voice to “real people” - all citizens - is a recurring theme of this discussion series
Joanna Deakin
01:10:35
Lowestoft town layout is marred by the car being prioritised - Suffolk coast is being marred by more out dated technology!
James Alexander
01:10:59
Love Suba’s culture / mono-culture thought - links to what Hugh is describing on the necessity of bottom-up culture shift
Robert Phillips
01:11:10
… which also speaks to the need for better rail, as well as deeper electrification of transport..
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
01:12:38
Would it be possible to bring about a coalition of all those organisations who would support the vision described by James|? Could they then combine in a project to give every school pupil involvement in a project that introduces them to experiencing the wonders of the coastline and its fragility?
Joanna Deakin
01:13:38
re wilding is wonderful but ANOB s and SSSIs are not in reality protected
Jayne Knight
01:15:12
….are we too good at imagining what we want without imagining what we have to change, give up....do...???
James Alexander
01:17:47
Good provocation Jayne. I think the issue in the main is few choose to act. Perhaps Mark is right - a co-created shared vision, with public commitments from many to act (as per Hugh’s map of dreams) … and with action being celebrated
Jayne Knight
01:19:38
...important to recognise the impact of inequality - which is different from deprivation....
Robert Phillips
01:19:39
To Jo’s point, should AONBs and SSSIs be “united” within a County-wide National Park idea?
Joanna Deakin
01:21:31
yes - like the south west coastal path ?
Robert Phillips
01:22:46
Could we incorporate towns into the National Park - Sir Terry Farrell once floated the idea for London as a National Park City.
James Alexander
01:23:15
Like a Tobin tax or the new digital services tax.
Robert Phillips
01:26:13
Speaks to localism - local tax-rasiging powers central to this
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
01:28:06
Yesterday's discussion gave us the importance of an elected mayor or devolved focal point for our stewardship agenda. Today's has shown us the importnace of catching the imagination with a vison. Plus ensuring that the imagination we ant to cacth is especially taht of next gen and especially that of previously disegaged next gen.
Suba Das
01:31:32
I’m so sorry to dash off just as we’re really diving in, thank you SO much for this inspirational conversation and I hope to be part of developing the case and methodology for change - would love to have a copy of the recording of this and the previous session if possible!
James Alexander
01:32:43
I agree Ian with you point on visitors. It is consistent with building an inclusive society
Robert Phillips
01:35:51
Thanks, Suba. we will send out the recording later today
James Alexander
01:41:15
So Suffolk could choose to adopt a multi-capitals approach to measuring success - which Mark alluded to earlier
Jayne Knight
01:41:52
...inclusive growth
Clare Parsons
01:43:14
stakeholders point from Ian . equitable for whom? edf workers , visitors, tourists and deprived. needs some work to get her us all in each area, to see this the same way?
Robert Phillips
01:44:18
The Regulated asset Base model provides funding against future customer revenues. Could similar be applied to support heritage and tourism? just a thought
Mark Goyder co-author Entrusted
01:46:01
The other stewardship thought I might offer is that of insisting on a board mandate. For example the company created by EDF to devlop and run Sizewell C - should it happen - should be challenged to define in a 'board mandate' what is their purpose; what are theiur values; how they see their contribution to and obligations to our region and to future generations. There would then be a clear and thoughtful public statement to which, helped by a golden share and some challenge from locally interested shareholders, we could hold that company accountable.
Clare Parsons
01:47:22
also love the ideas generated at grass roots. plus Adnams opening the pubs as we work locations for young and new ideas and biz
James Alexander
01:54:46
So agree Jo with building on what exists rather than create new.
James Alexander
01:56:15
Mayor of the Wild East
Jayne Knight
01:58:06
...Leiston Long Shop does attract 1000s of visitor every year....
Hugh Somerleyton
01:58:49
i vote James as Mayor of WildEast!
Liz
02:01:27
I agree 100% with the idea of linking the natural with the built heritage as a way to benefit -and understand - both
James Alexander
02:02:57
Thanks Hugh - I suspect I’d be a night Mayor ;)
Argus Gathorne Hardy
02:04:26
Leiston and longshop also similar opportunities for cultural heritage to be used as creating a clear identity
Clare Parsons
02:06:37
Suba would love to add to this, it’s exactly what he’s passionate about
Clare Parsons
02:08:33
thank you Jericho chambers , and Julia.
Argus Gathorne Hardy
02:09:34
heritage has to be about cultural tangible and intangible heritage -so everything from landscape to food production through to historic fabric and songs...
James Alexander
02:09:44
Thank you Robert and Team Jericho - really great job
Joanna Deakin
02:09:48
thanks Robert