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Carlisle Plan:

Vision

To improve the health, wellbeing and economic prosperity of the people of Carlisle. We will work in partnership to further establish our position as the regional centre and focus for investment, ensuring that residents can share in the benefits through increased opportunities and greater choice of jobs, range of housing, and a quality environment.

Priorties and Principles
  • Introduction
  • Principles
  • Economic prospects
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Local environment
  • Housing needs
  • Promote Carlisle
  • Carlisle Plan

    The Carlisle Plan 2015-18 sets out the Council’s overall vision for Carlisle, supported by five priorities. The vision gives a clear direction and context for all our activities. We will maximise o...
  • Health and wellbeing

    Further develop sports, arts and cultural facilities to support the health and wellbeing of our residents
  • Local Environment

    Continue to improve the quality of our local environment and green spaces so that everyone can enjoy living, working in and visiting Carlisle wealth and wellbeing of our residents
  • Housing needs

    Address current and future housing needs to protect and improve residents’ quality of life
  • Promote Carlisle

    Promote Carlisle regionally, nationally and internationally as a place with much to offer - full of opportunities and potential

Carlisle Plan

Carlisle Plan

The City of Carlisle is the largest settlement with approximately 68% of the population. The remaining area is rural, with a number of smaller market towns and large villages spread across the district, including Brampton, Dalston, Longtown and Wetheral.

Across the district, there are a wealth of assets making Carlisle a great place to live, work and visit. Carlisle draws natural strength from its location, with heritage and environmental sites of national and international importance and good connections to the country’s infrastructure. Carlisle has the greatest concentration of businesses and opportunities for future development in Cumbria. The city has built on its established economic importance and encouraged the development of food processing, engineering and logistics sectors.

 
Carlisle is set within some of the country’s most spectacular natural scenery and the city is the final stop for three of the country’s scenic railway lines.Landmark buildings and heritage sites such as Carlisle Castle, Carlisle Cathedral, Lanercost Priory and Hadrian’s Wall attract visitors from around the world

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Carlisle, Cumbria, city, economic, region, Northumberland, Southern Scotland, Carlisle Castle, Hadrians Wall, Lanercost Priory, Lakeland, Eden Valley

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