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An independent review of Vibrant and Viable Places (VVP) has found it is delivering significant benefits to the Welsh economy and communities across the country.
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The group provide guidance and support on how best to maximise the impact of the Vibrant and Viable Places scheme.

The Ministerial Advisory Group for the Vibrant and Viable Places Regeneration Framework was established in March 2014.

The group consists of members from private and public sector organisations and is balanced in terms of expertise, background, experience and gender.

It will run for 18 months and will meet quarterly.

Members

The members of the Ministerial Advisory Group for the Vibrant and Viable Places Regeneration Framework are as follows:

Chair:  Anne Hinchey, Wales and West Housing

Angharad Davies, freelance public affairs consultant

Chris Potts, Savills

Emma Langmaid, Prospero Planning

Fran Targett, Citizen’s Advice Cymru

Peter Davies, Sustainable Futures Commissioner

Rachel Bowen, Federation of Small Business Wales

Roisin Willmott, Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Wales and Northern Ireland

Mark Harris, Home Builders Federation

Sharon Hopkins, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

Sian Wilton, Head of Wales, Boots UK

Steve Thomas, Airbus

Tim Peppin, Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA)

Josh Stott, Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Jonathan Davies, Sport Wales

Representative from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) Wales, to be confirmed.