Through focussed, well-planned and environmentally sustainable growth, by 2030 the Canterbury district will be defined by a dynamic strong economy and distinctive cultural and visitor experience from which our communities will prosper.
To promote and actively develop the interests and prosperity of all the people of Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay and surrounding districts (the Canterbury district) through enhanced business opportunity and activity, in partnership with regional, local and county government, educational institutions and business interests.
This will be achieved by:
C4B acts in the interest of the greater community, not any one organisation, business or group of business interests. The Board of C4B decides how the Partnership will pursue its aims.
The Board is apolitical and decisions are taken on a majority of vote with the Chair of the C4B Board having the casting vote. All of the Board Members give their time for free.
Associate members of C4B agree to:
Updated March 2009
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