Recognising that it is the borough’s businesses that will create jobs and drive economic growth the council has decided to invest in an Economic Development function.
To view our priorities from 2017 – 2020 please view the refreshed Economic Development Strategy.
An economy with a thriving entrepreneurial culture that actively supports and promotes sustainable living and working communities, which will make the most of its natural, physical and human capital assets; which attracts, retains and grows well connected businesses that are staffed by a highly skilled and motivated workforce, producing high value goods and services.
Mill Green Museum and Mill has been shortlisted for the ‘hidden gem’ category of the Herts Tourism Awards 2017. The awards, held annually, celebrate exceptional standards of customer service and outstanding overall visitor experiences. Linda Dobbs, Museums Manager, said: “We’re […]