Supreme Leader Stanhope has announced that yesterday’s grand council of chiefs meeting (he describes them as “The movers and shakers from Canberra’s tourism, property, educational and business worlds”) was a great success in terms of positivity and enthusiasm.
Despite this success more meetings are needed before a sufficient impression of industriousness has been achieved.
To this end there shall be a further ten days of meetings to “flesh out” the ideas.
Smaller groups are to meet chaired by the Supreme Leader, as well as Andrew Barr and Katy Gallagher:
- “The groups will flesh out ideas for insulating the economy and making the most of the ACT’s sectoral advantages, as well as incentives for economic activity.
The small groups will focus on tourism, education, procurement, planning, land supply, infrastructure and retail.”
I await the outcome of the deliberations of my betters.