L&L Economic Plan 2020

Lynton & Lynmouth Economic Plan 2020

The Economic plan is intended to be a working framework for Lynton & Lynmouth Town Council and LETA (Lyn Economic Tourism Alliance) to help steer the local community and local businesses, towards a more prosperous and sustainable future.

The Economic Plan is being shared with the entire Lyn Valley community for their feedback and contribution to help develop a new and future-forward economic plan. 

The final document will be used to support any requests for government, district or local council funding.  It will be used to bolster our ideas from our SWOT to improve or regenerate areas of the Lyn Valley.

It is also proposed that the revised Economic Plan becomes a working framework to help guide us all towards a more prosperous and sustainable future.

We need your help

We want to know what you consider our community strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats are.  This will help us form the SWOT Analysis for the Economic Plan.

> Read the Economic Plan 2020

> Tell us your thoughts on our;

Tell us your thoughts in Person

Meet us at the Lynton Town Hall at the Tourism Exchange on March 25th, in the Jubilee Room between 1.30 pm – 6 pm

Here you will be able to …

Meet with Dominie Dunbrook
Senior Economic Development Officer
for North Devon.

Dominie will be there between 2 pm – 3 pm to answer any questions you may have about the Economic Plan or any other question you have about business and commerce in North Devon.

Can’t make it in person?

Tell us by Post

Lyn Economic Plan 2020
Lynton Town Hall
Lee Road
EX35 6HT

Deadline: March 25th, 2020

Tell us by Email

You can email your thoughts and suggestions, click here

Deadline: March 25th, 2020

Next Steps

We will collate and add any pertinent comments to the document and represent the amended version for you to read by April 30th 2002.  

You will have up to May 31st 2020 to provide feedback before the Economic Plan is finalised on June 30th 2020.

Are there any guarantees this will gain funding?

In short, no, but we need to be ready should any opportunities present themselves.

However, during this process, we may learn a bit more about ourselves and the area we live and work in.