Somerset County Council leader going eco-friendly

Bridgwater Mercury: Cllr John Osman Cllr John Osman

THE leader of Somerset County Council has toured Sedgemoor to meet business representatives.

Cllr John Osman, right, is hoping to discover what the council can do to promote economic development in the area.

Cllr Osman met Phil Adams, of Sedgemoor District Council, and Geoff Revell, director of Bridgwater Gateway, to discuss the influx of large businesses to Bridgwater.

Cllr Osman said: “The major business developments at Bridgwater’s motorway junctions are a clear indication of how a determination to succeed and an attractive location will mean national and international companies like Robert Wiseman, Morrisons and Mulberry are keen to invest heavily in Somerset.”

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7:36pm Fri 27 Jul 12

File Yer Own Bleedin Teeth says...

As our more successful kinfolk in the USA say, "Would you buy a used car from this man?.".
As our more successful kinfolk in the USA say, "Would you buy a used car from this man?.". File Yer Own Bleedin Teeth

9:40pm Fri 27 Jul 12

Bridgy old Boy says...

Well what does that mean? The County are going to put some serious money into improving Bridgwater's infrastructure at long last?
Well what does that mean? The County are going to put some serious money into improving Bridgwater's infrastructure at long last? Bridgy old Boy

12:27pm Sun 29 Jul 12

jimee says...

Exciting times ahead...and lots of jobs created over the last couple of years after the loss of a number of big employers in the area.
Exciting times ahead...and lots of jobs created over the last couple of years after the loss of a number of big employers in the area. jimee

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