Your Policy Ideas Needed

Share with us your vision for a devolved Yorkshire and shape the direction of the Yorkshire Party. What should be our aims and priorities?

What do these themes mean to you? Take our survey now.

The Yorkshire Party's campaign for devolution to the whole of Yorkshire rather than to City Regions has gained some momentum over the last week or so. The challenge now is to create a vision of what that devolution could and should look like.

Therefore, the Yorkshire Party is drawing together a vision for our county that we plan to be innovative, modern and inclusive and one which delivers sustainable economic growth and social justice.

This vision will set out how meaningful devolution to the whole of Yorkshire will improve people's lives, the economy, the environment and so on. It will also be the basis of our election manifesto at the 2020 General Election and our other future campaigning activities.

We need your help.

Our intention is for everyone to have their say on how this future of Yorkshire might look. So far, we have identified seven key headings. We are asking for your help in expanding on these.

As a starting point, we would appreciate if you could take a few minutes to say what each of these headings mean to you and the aspirations that they conjure up in your mind for yourself, family, friends and neighbours.

The 7 headings are:

  1. A democratic and participative Yorkshire
  2. A Yorkshire full of hope and opportunity
  3. A cohesive and inclusive Yorkshire
  4. A prosperous Yorkshire
  5. A green Yorkshire
  6. A healthy Yorkshire
  7. A caring Yorkshire

What do these themes mean to you? Take our survey now.

Thank you very much for your assistance, its much appreciated and we will get back to you at a later stage to tell you the outcome.

 


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  • commented 2017-03-31 17:26:00 +0100
    Please consider working closely with the other nations in the United Kingdom (Scotland, Wales, and Northern Island) to bring the shared issue of inequality to the forefront of British politics. We all struggle against funding, investment, and income inequality in the UK and Yorkshire is big enough to deserve a seat at that table. I think it’s in the interest of all to force a resolution to an issue that the big two have been denying for decades.
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