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Decades of Wales’ partnership with the EU leaves a legacy on which to build our economic future.
Brexit is an opportunity to boost economic development, reduce bureaucracy and support our poorest communities in the face of UK government austerity.
Decades of Wales’ partnership with the EU leaves a legacy on which to build our economic future.
We still have time to run on our EU funding programmes 2014–2020, but now is the time to discuss the future.


The publication of the policy paper Regional Investment in Wales after Brexit represents the first step in the process of designing a new approach to regional economic development in Wales. 

It forms one in a series of Securing Wales’ Future  papers setting out our vision for Wales once we have left the EU.  

Engagement responses

Following the publication of Regional Investment in Wales after Brexit in December 2017, we carried out a range of activities to seek views on the ideas and proposals in the paper.

Partners across Wales had the opportunity to comment through a variety of channels including a questionnaire, online survey and events in north and south Wales.  

This engagement exercise came to an end in March 2018. The responses received are currently being independently analysed to help inform the future approach to Regional Investment in Wales and will be published here later in 2018.